- A narrow home in London that’s roughly 13 feet (3.96m) wide is on the market for about £1.8 million, or about $US2.5 ($AU3) million.
- The three-bedroom home has just under 1,600 square feet of space spread across four floors.
- Two stories of the home have an atrium-like feel with windows from the roof to the floor leading to a garden.
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A narrow, four-story home in London’s Kensington neighborhood is on the market for £1.8 million, or about $US2.5 ($AU3) million, Jam Press reports.
The residence on Ceylon Street is just over 13 feet (3.96m) wide and about 1,600 square feet, according to Jam Press. The road is popular with celebrities such as actor Daniel Day-Lewis, who formerly owned the property next door, Jam Press reports.
Henry Harrison, a former architect and member of the British band Mystery Jets, was another famous neighbor, according to Jam Press, which reports that he built the skinny home while living next door in 1987.
Inside the home, the dining room has an open-floor plan leading to an outdoor garden.
At the back of the room, glass doors and a full-sized window roof make the place feel a bit like an atrium, according to Jam Press.
The home’s decor is bright and neutral, with white walls and pops of greenery.
A modern kitchen that’s also on the first floor, according to Jam Press, has bright counters and cabinets.
Upstairs, the second floor is a mezzanine, Jam Press reports.
Light pours into this living room on the second floor from the top half of the home’s full-sized roof window with views of the neighborhood.
The floors above the mezzanine house the bedrooms and bathrooms, Jam Press reports.
In some bedrooms, the windows are circular, giving the home a nautical look.
One bathroom has a tub by a window.
On the top floor, there’s another bedroom with a private bathroom, according to Jam Press.
The white-tiled bathroom is narrow and bright with a view of the street at the end.