A tiny house measuring just 8ft in width is squeezed in between the usual townhouses in Twickenham, London. It has the narrowest facade in the entire London so that neighbors even feel sorry for its owner, who, in their opinion, is cooped up in this tuny dwelling. However, the modest façade hides luxurious interior. In fact, the building is much larger than it looks from the outside.
What the house lacks in width, it makes up for in length, but of course, you can't see it from the outside. The tiny home boasts two bedrooms, an open plan kitchen/diner, a living room, and a delightful garden.
Its owner has been able to make the best use of its narrow space. The house is more than 33ft long, which makes it much larger than it looks from the outside.
On the upper floor there is a bedroom with a double bed and a home office.
The living room might be taken for a corridor. Although it is not huge, there is room for a sofa and a TV.
And behind the double doors there is another little secret: a spacious garden. A one-bedroom outbuilding with its own kitchen and bathroom is built in the corner of the yard.
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Now the owner has put the tiny house up for sale for a whopping $700,000.
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