Jam Press JMP406610 Unique Narrow Bungalow on Sale for £225,000 Jam Press JMP406610 Unique Narrow Bungalow on Sale for £225,000

Unique Narrow Bungalow on Sale for £225,000

A distinctively narrow house, comparable in width to a train carriage, has been listed for sale at an impressive £225,000.

This detached bungalow measures just over 7.5ft in width and extends to about 60ft in length, offering a total internal area of 458 sq ft.

Train carriages typically span about 8.9ft in width, making this property uniquely slender.

Positioned between two rows of terrace houses, it offers a compact yet charming living space.

Upon entering, residents are greeted with a combined front room and kitchen area.

A slender corridor leads to two compact bedrooms, utilising the limited space efficiently.

The bathroom, measuring 2.4m by 1.37m, smartly includes only a walk-in shower to maximise utility in the restricted area.

Each room in the house features a skylight as its window, ensuring natural light.

Conveniently located, the property is a mere five-minute stroll from Salisbury train station.

Listed by Oliver Chandler, the estate agent, the property is currently marketed for £225,000 and featured on Rightmove.

The asking price is just £63,000 shy of the UK’s average house price, which stands at £288,000.

In comparison, for the same price, a buyer could acquire THIRTEEN properties in Washington, Tyne and Wear, where the average house value is approximately £17,200.

The listing describes the property as: “A unique two-bedroom property offering cosy accommodation imbued with natural light from an array of Velux windows above. It features an introductory sitting area with exposed timber beams, leading to a kitchen with integrated appliances and characterful solid wood worktops. The layout continues through the residence, comprising two well-sized bedrooms and a shower room with a luxury rainfall shower. Externally, there is an off-street parking space connected to a pathway providing practical side access.”

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