Tiny London house that is just 10ft wide goes on market for £800,000

This unique property boasts many good features, but width - and a back door - aren't one of them

A tiny terraced house that measures no more than 10ft wide has gone on the market in south London for a staggering £800,000.

The house, generally labelled "unique" by estate agent Foxtons, looks all the more unusual because it is sandwiched between two regular-sized homes.

It doesn't even have a proper back door - images of the interior suggested renovators had sought to maximise the property's space by including a folding aperture to the similarly narrow back garden. 

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All images courtesy of Foxtons

Located on Barry Road in East Dulwich, the 800 square foot property squeezes in two bedrooms and two bathrooms, despite being dwarfed by its neighbours.

The description on Foxtons website claims: “This unique two bedroom house, boasts bright and modern interior, with fantastic open-plan reception and kitchen area, private driveway and garden.”

The house comes in a long line of extraordinary London estate agent listings which expose everything that is wrong with the UK property market.

In 2014, a garage on its own went on sale in the capital for an eye-watering £500,000.

And last year, a three-bed flat above a pizza restaurant was being sold on Old Brompton Road - also for £800,000.

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