THE “thinnest” house in London went on the market in Shepherd’s Bush for £950,000.
A tall and skinny house for sale, which is just six feet wide in some parts, is situated between two shops on Goldhawk Road and has 1,034 sq ft of internal modern space. Originally a hat shop, the property was converted into a five-storey property by fashion photographer Jurgen Teller.
It first went on the market in September 2020 for the same asking price but is now for sale again after struggling to find a buyer. “It’s not designed to be a family home,” David Myers from estate agent Winkworth told The Metro.
On Wednesday’s BBC London program the estate agent said that they had a negotiation a deal with a buyer from Cyprus. The buyer is said to have told the agent ‘this is exactly what he was looking for’ the sale is still be finalised but the next potential owner of the “thinnest” house could be a Cypriot.