Ever thought your house might have too much room? Well, here's some good news - we've got just the property for you! This slimly designed home in London measures a remarkable four metres in width.
Yep, you read that right. Four metres wide. Not only that, but it's on sale for a whopping £1.79 million, on a street that's reputedly popular with A-listers.
OK, so appearances can be deceptive, and this gaff definitely has more room than its dimensions would have you believe.
Despite sounding tiny, the three-bedroom property consists of four floors and 1,587 square foot of space - not to mention a fair-sized mezzanine on the lower ground and ground floors.
Situated in the posh Kensington area of London, the large roof windows allow for plenty of natural light to beam into the property.
Fans of real estate channel Architectural Digest on YouTube will know that house-hunters love a bit of natural sunlight. Along with several quirky nautical-style portholes, this house also comes with a quiet garden space that includes a central water feature.
I mean, why not?
On the lower ground floor, there's an open-plan dining room and double height reception room with a modern designed kitchen.
The upper floors have three bedrooms, a bathroom and en-suite shower room.
As you'd imagine, the main bedroom suite is situated on the top floor - so that's where you'll find the best view, perfect for sharing on Insta.
Obviously, you can always design the interior to suit your own tastes - if you've got the spare dosh - while the light and bright tones throughout the home make it easy to switch things up if needed.
The Ceylon Road property was originally built in 1987 by architect Henry Harrison, who lived next door at the time. Music fans might also know him as the guitarist of indie band The Mystery Jets.
The property is currently home to a well-known literary agent, and the street has certainly seen its fair share of celebrity residents.
The previous owner of the next door property was actor Daniel Day-Lewis, who lived there with French actor Isabelle Adjani.
The property is currently on the market for £1.795 million and is available through Finlay Brewer.
Paul Cosgrove, Director at Finlay Brewer, said: "This is a truly wonderful contemporary home that just oozes character and charm.
"The high-profile connections really add to the narrative here, however the size and unique design combine to create a special property that provides an oasis of calm in the heart of the city."
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