Is this Britain’s skinniest single story house? Adorable tiny home just 2.6 metres wide on sale for a whopping £300,000

A tiny home just 2.6 metres wide has gone on the market for a whopping £300,000.

Sandwiched snugly between two normal-sized houses, the property in Twickenham, South West London still manages to boast two bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen despite its tiny frontage.

The tiny home was originally built as a granny flat for next door

The tiny home was originally built as a granny flat for next door

With just 322 square feet of living space, the huge unexpected back garden is larger than the house itself.

Originally built as a granny flat for the next door house, the home also has off-street parking and a shed wider than the house itself.

The tiny home has been put on the market for a whopping £300,000

The tiny home has been put on the market for a whopping £300,000

Although it’s only been on the market for a week, Russell Gooden, who is handling the sale for estate agent Jackson-Stops & Staff has been overwhelmed by interest.

Russell said: “It’s a fantastic property but quite an unusual one to show people round.

“It’s a bit of a marmite house – people either love it or hate it – but I think it will be sold very quickly.

“Though I don’t think it’s one for two people unless you’re very close!

“I’ve never seen anything like it – especially because the garden is so large.

“We’re certainly enjoying having it on our books.”

There is just 322 square feet of living space in the house

There is just 322 square feet of living space in the house