10ft wide house in South London up for 800,000
A home in East Dulwich, in the South of London is on the market for a staggering £800,000 – despite only being ten-foot wide. The house, with the width of a large family car, claims to have ‘plenty of reception room’, a modern bathroom, a contemporary kitchen, two bedrooms and a big garden at the back of the property.
The small property is situated near to Peckham Rye Park and also included a private car parking space on the front drive.
However, this is not the first in the trend of small properties being overpriced. In 2014, a property branded ‘Britain’s smallest home’ was sold for £275,000, even though it was less than half the size of a train carriage. The advert went viral and sparked much interest in this bitesize living space.
The tiny house was previously a flower shop and has now been converted into a modern home including a bed on a mezzanine, a small bathroom and open plan living area and kitchen.
More than 220,000 people viewed the property on Zoopla and Rightmove. After originally going on the market for £275,000 the home was inundated with offers and was quickly snapped up.
London is renowned for being home to some of the country’s most expensive streets. In Kensington Palace Gardens, the average home will cost about £20 million.
Aislinn Devlin, Pali Ltd
Google +(0) Comments
- Guidance For Movers During The Coronavirus Outbreak
- Pali's Top 10 Tips For Relieving Stress
- Invitation to Free CPD Webinar on Residential Search Reports and which one should you choose
- Coronavirus Update
- Onshore wind is back on the agenda
Subscribe to receive a weekly update of our blog posts