Slim pickings in this street - unless you're happy to breathe in...

Believed to be London’s narrowest house, this Victorian property on Peel Street, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, is only seven foot wide.

Chances of stumbling across your perfect property on your first day out house-hunting is slim, but not as slim as this narrow little number!

Believed to be London’s narrowest house, this Victorian property on Peel Street, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, is only seven foot wide.

However, it’s price tag doesn’t quite match its dinky dimensions… it’s just been put on the market at a staggering £1.2million! Despite this, the property remains one of the cheapest freeholds in Kensington.

The previous owner had the inside designed by a canal boat designer, so as to make the most of the challenging layout, and with two reception rooms, two bathrooms, a balcony, garden and planning permission for a basement extension, there’s likely to be plenty of people queuing up to get hold of this slice of prime London property.

Let’s just hope they queue outside, might get a little cramped otherwise…

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