One of London's thinnest houses is up for sale. The West London property - which is just 13 feet wide - is on the market in Kensington and Chelsea. But, despite its slim exterior, the Thurloe Square home will set you back £795,000. From the side, the home looks so narrow it appears almost like a prop on a film set but inside the Tardis-style flat, the space is far bigger than visitors might believe. There are two double bedrooms, a big living room, a shower room and a toilet. The property even has its own terraced garden - a rarity in the city. The former art studio was built on land that was left over after houses were demolished to make way for the London Underground at the end of the nineteenth century.
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