It measures less than three metres wide, meaning it takes just a few steps to cross from one side of the house to the other.
And yet it is accompanied by quite a lengthy price tag, as it is on the market for £1.3million – a massive four times the average value of a home in Britain.
The property in London is an end of terrace family abode that extends across four levels, with a bedroom on each of the top two levels.
This end of terrace property in East London’s fashionable Hackney is for sale for £1.3million via Dexters estate agents
The house is less than three metres wide and comes with a kitchen and separate living room on the main ground level
There is a also a compact kitchen and a separate living room on the ground floor with a modern bathroom in the basement.
At its widest point on the first floor, the width of the house is just 2.72 metres, which is less than the width of some carriages on the London Underground.
In total, the property has 83.2 square metres of space, which is the equivalent of 895 square feet.
It boasts a south-facing garden that has a narrow but lawn area, as well as highly desirable off-street parking.
The property extends across four storeys and has 83.2 square metres of space, which is the equivalent of 895 square feet
The family home is on Richmond Road in Hackney, which is a fashionable part of East London and close to several stations
There are two double bedrooms, with this one including wooden floors, a large sash window and a working space
It is being sold by Dexters estate agents, which describes the property as ‘truly unique’ and in ‘one of the most exciting areas of London’.
It is on Richmond Road in East London’s fashionable Hackney, which has plenty of open green spaces as well as a lively bar and restaurant scene.
It is a two minute walk from London Fields, close to Broadway Market and less than a mile from Dalston Junction and Hackney Downs overground stations.
The average price of a property sold in Hackney in the past year is £701,333, according to property website Zoopla.
It is more than double the average value of a home sold in Britain during the same period, which stands at £326,176.
The interior design includes this staircase positioned at an angle to make the most of the restricted width of the property
The living room has plenty of light, with large glass doors spanning the width of the property that open out onto the garden
The garden space has a narrow but long lawn area, edged with boarders that includes some planting and mature trees
The living room has glass windows at either end and space for a sofa and chairs when entertaining friends and family
At the end of the garden, there is a dedicated outside dining area that can be enjoyed during the sunny summer months
Daniel Copley, of Zoopla, said: ‘This one of a kind converted coach houses benefits from an enviable location right on the doorstep of Broadway Market, London Fields Lido and Dalston’s bustling nightlife.
‘The property itself has a bright and airy interior with the showstopper undoubtedly being the bespoke steel and timber staircase which connects the property’s four floors.’
The modern bathroom has a white suite, with matching walls and a grey floor with a bath tub in the centre of the space
The London property has been extended at the rear to include a living room that overlooks the private outdoor space
There is a child’s bedroom that features wooden flooring, a large sash window, painted brickwork and a bookcase