A look inside the 7ft-wide house going under the hammer

The property features two bedrooms on the first floor, and a reception room, kitchen and bathroom on the ground floor. Credit: ITV News

This narrow two-bedroom house is set to go under the hammer next month.

Snuggled between two average size houses, the pebble-dash fronted terrace in Harringay, north London, measures just 83 inches wide.

Stepping through the white front door of the property on Glenwood Road takes you straight into the living room, which measures 7ft across.

There's room perhaps for a sofa and a TV mounted on the wall.

The living room leads onto a kitchen, which is fitted with a gas hob and oven and plenty of cupboard space for such a tiny home.

The kitchen Credit: ITV News

Walk through the kitchen and you end up in the bathroom, fitted with a smart white bathroom set.

Bathroom Credit: ITV News

Upstairs takes you to the two bedrooms, with one large enough to take a small double bed.

Bedroom Credit: ITV News

The second room was used as a dressing room by the former occupier.

Bedroom Credit: ITV News

The tiny property, which is expected to sell for around £235,000, even has its own roof terrace to soak up the sun's rays.

Roof terrace Credit: ITV News

And if that wasn't enough to tempt you - there's even a secret hideaway in the loft complete with skylight.

Loft space Credit: ITV News

But beware the steps up to it are pretty steep...

Stairs up to the loft space Credit: ITV News

The house, which has a gas-fired central heating system, is set to go up for auction on October 1.