A three-bedroom family home measuring just seven-feet wide has been put on the market for almost £900,000.
It is believed the property in Hammersmith, West London was originally used as a Victorian laundry house.
Floorplans show that at its widest, the home is seven-feet one-inch wide, yet it still has almost 1,000 sq/ft of space, making it larger than the average newbuild.
With a £900,000 price-tag, the narrow home is four times the price of the average home in England and Wales, which is currently £220,000 according to the Land Registry.
However, it is one of the cheapest three-bedroom homes for sale in Hammersmith.
A second tiny home has gone on sale in Chelsea - the one-bed has just 290 square feet of floor space and is on the market for £600,000.