The tiny terraced home in Harringay, North London is set to be auctioned on 1 October on property website rightmove.co.uk for £235,000.
The super-slender property was built over a driveway in 1996 and is barely wider than its front door.
Yet in that miniscule slice of space is squeezed a reception room, a kitchen and a bathroom on the ground floor, with two bedrooms on the top floor. There is also a loft.
The property developer who bought the shoebox home three months ago, told The Sun: "It's unique – the narrowest property on the market in London. My friends said I was mad to buy it but I knew I had to."
The man, who did not want to be named, added: "I'm confident there are quirky people who will want to buy it – as it's cheaper than many one-bedroom homes in this area."
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by Lucy Jones
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