Inside the £ 600,000 London house so thin it isn’t even as wide as a bus

A house in Twickenham thinner than a London bus is on the market for £ 600,000.

The narrow terraced house on Third Cross Road is only 2.36 meters (7’9 ”) wide, but has a beautiful interior and stretches far back.

The TARDIS-type house has two bedrooms, as well as a spacious reception room, kitchen and bathroom.

The property is being sold by Laurels Estate Agents and has a new guide price of £ 600,000 to £ 625,000.

An annex is located at the end of the garden which adds an additional bedroom and kitchen to the site which could be used as a vacation rental or as office space.

The kitchen is airy with its skylights

The townhouse is only 7ft 9 ” wide in part

The house is less than half a mile from Strawberry Hill station which can transport you to central London in 40 minutes.

It went on sale in mid-September for £ 650,000 and has since been reduced to £ 620,000. It was last sold in March 1999.

Third Cross Road properties sell for around £ 600,000 each, according to Zoopla.

The annex would make a perfect retreat space in London

The property benefits from a huge garden

The bathroom is finished to a high standard

Humza Choudhry, real estate consultant at Laurels Estate Agents, said: “The interior is modern and has been finished to a high standard. There is a lot of light from the skylights that are present and the garden is a fantastic size. “

He added: “The property has an annex which can be used to rent separately through Airbnb.”

The two-bedroom property sits near Twickenham Green and within the catchment area of ​​several top schools, according to Zoopla.

Houses in Twickenham have an average price of £ 759,446, but typically sell for £ 773,296 on average.

Meanwhile, the average home value in London has fallen to £ 661,403, according to a Zoopla estimate. But the average price paid is £ 701,844.

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