ONE of the UK’s narrowest homes – fittingly called ‘Ty Ni’ – has gone on the market for just £72,000.
The tiny hideaway, which measures just seven feet across, is tucked away between two properties just minutes from a sandy beach in North Wales.
One of the UK’s narrowest homes, measuring just seven feet across, has gone on the market[/caption]
The property in North Wales may be narrow, but it stretches back 22 feet – meaning there’s plenty of room for a lounge and even a dining room[/caption]
The bedroom can be found up a steep flight of steps [/caption]
The terraced house is so slimline it has just a door and two windows at the front.
But inside, there’s lots more space than the lucky new owner might initially believe, as the property stretches back some 22 feet.
The home has a lounge and a dining area, and the clever layout also allows for a compact kitchen at the rear.
Stairs lead to a bedroom, bathroom and attic room.
The original stonework is exposed inside the cottage, which was cheekily named Ty Ni, Welsh for ‘our house’.
The home is in Nefyn on the stunning Llyn Peninsula in Gwynedd, North Wales.
Tudor Estate Agents & Chartered Surveyors described it as a “compact quaint cottage for sale.”
A spokesman said: “Ty Ni is situated in a convenient position in the centre of this small seaside town which is located on the north coast of the Llyn Peninsula.
“It is within walking distance of the amenities and beach.”
The three-storey home also boasts a small front yard.
It’s not the only narrow home to go on the market this summer.
A property slimmer that a London bus is on sale for £700,000 in East Dulwich, South London.
The two-storey house, which was converted from a derelict workshop, is just 8ft 1in across.
And in June, a narrow house in West London went on sale for £1.9million.
It is just 7ft 9in across, but still has space for two bedrooms, two bathrooms and even a tiny study thanks to its “meticulous Scandinavian design”.
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The home, in Nefyn, Gwynedd, lies just minutes from a beautiful beach[/caption]
Although slimline, the home has been cleverly designed to ensure there’s plenty of space inside [/caption]
The property is named Ty Ni, Welsh for ‘Our House’[/caption]
Estate agents say it’s the perfect home for holidaymakers [/caption]
The narrow home has a full-sized bath[/caption]
The washing machine is kept in the kitchen to save on space[/caption]