A 99-Inch-Wide House is Being Sold for a Ridiculous £450,000

By Tom Pritchard on at

Buying a house is expensive, in fact it's probably the most expensive thing many of you will ever buy. With that in mind you really want to try and get the best value for money. This house, situated in Denmark Hill in South-East London, is a mere 99-inches wide and doesn't exactly scream "bargain" does it?

I know London is well known for being over-the-top expensive, but £450,000 just seems like a ridiculous asking.

The agency responsible for selling the house think otherwise. They claim that while the house may only be two and a half metres wide, there is still plenty of space thanks to the house's length (12m). They also insist that houses in the area sell for around £400,000, and because the property has a garden the asking price is more than reasonable.

The picture below shows that the house is quite nice on the inside, but I'd still be sceptical about buying it. Not that I have £450,000 to spare anyway. [Metro]

Breathe in! London's skinniest home at just 99 inches wide on sale for £450,000... built on space that was once someone's side gardennOne-bedroom house in Denmark Hill, SE London, is a 466 sq ft two-storey home at end of three-storey terracenEstate agents Foxtons say the property's location is excellent for commuters wanting a 'perfect pied-à-terre'nNarrowest property in Britain is a terraced home on Isle of Cumbrae in Scotland which has a 37in front façadennnRead more: nFollow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

(All images from Metro)