One of Britain’s narrowest house is on sale for £235,000. The home in Haringey, London is approximately 83 inches wide and has a reception room, kitchen and bathroom on the ground floor and two bedrooms upstairs. It was built in 1996 in a driveway between two houses. The owner said: “I’m confident there are quirky people who will want to buy it – as it is cheaper than many one bedroom homes in this area”. The 7 foot wide house is to be auctioned on October 1. The narrowest house in London is believed to be a property on Goldhawk Road, Shepard’s Bush which is 65 inches wide. It was sold for £488,500 in 2006 but is now estimated to be worth about £950,000.