The building actually sits where there used to be a driveway between two households and surprisingly contains a reception room, loft, kitchen and bathroom on the ground floor and two bedrooms upstairs. It also has a roof terrace and untested gas-fired central heating system.
A spokesman for the agents responsible for its sale said: “It’s a very unique house, to say the least, in a great location. The property would certainly appeal to an owner-occupier or rental investor.”
It will go up for auction in October and £235,000 is the guide price so it could realistically sell for more, presumably bought by someone slim in stature.
The owner believes that someone will want it but has contingency plans otherwise: “My friends said I was mad to buy it. But I knew I had to. I’m confident there are quirky people who will want to buy it — as it’s cheaper than many one-bedroom homes in this area. You can get £1,300 rent from a place like this. If I don’t sell it I’ll hang on to it.”
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