Have you ever thought your house might have too much room? Well, if you’re in the market to downsize than perhaps this four-metre-wide home in London is the property for you.
This Georgian terrace home located in Westminster’s Catherine Place stands at five storeys tall and a mere four metres (13ft) wide – and it could all be yours for £4 million.
Aside from the eye-watering price tag, the property boasts 3,238sq ft of space, in a slimly-designed house which is as wide as roughly the length of a Mini Cooper.
Despite its thin frame, the house proves looks can be deceiving as it features an impressive six-bedrooms and it’s own spa, complete with sauna, walk-in shower and spacious hot tub.
On the ground floor, owners could avail of a spacious kitchen and dining room, with light flooding in from the patio doors to the private garden at the rear, plus a garage and a utility space.
The lower ground floor has an open-plan double reception room, while a spiral staircase or lift can take you to the first floor, where the first two bedrooms, including one with an en-suite bathroom, sit.
The property, which is a short walk from Victoria and Westminster Tube stations, boasts the same again on the second and third floors.
However, Dexters, who are selling the property, suggested turning one or two of the smaller bedrooms into a home offices or walk-in wardrobes.
Notably, the top floor bedroom has access to a private roof terrace on the top floor, which gives you fantastic views of Westminster, and nearby Buckingham Palace.
Harry Laflin, manager at Dexters Westminster said: “If you like traditional properties that tick all the boxes, then chances are this space is not for you.
“If, however, you don’t like boxes and you like to entertain, enjoy the quirky and charming, and feel there is more to life than two-up-two-down, then come and see a truly special home.”
This plush abode isn’t the only slim house that’s gone on the market in the Capital before. In fact, another four-metre home was listed for £1.79 million last July in Kensington.
The three-bedroom property consists of four floors and boasts 1,587 square foot of space.
The Ceylon Road property was originally built in 1987 by architect Henry Harrison, who would later become a member of indie band the Mystery Jets alongside his son, Blaine.
The previous owner of the next door property was actor Daniel Day-Lewis, who lived there with French actor Isabelle Adjani.
Featured Image Credit: Dexters