One of London’s smallest houses has been put up for sale for the first time in nearly 50 years in Chelsea for £600,000.
The house is only 290 sq ft and needs full renovation, yet it has been valued at almost three times the average UK house price.
Ground floor has a reception room which acts as a living and dining room, with a small kitchen and downstairs shower room. Upstairs is a 124 sq ft bedroom.
The home is situated on Britten Street, an eight-minute walk to both South Kensington and Sloane Square stations.
Once refurbished, the home could be worth up to £1 million, according to ITV.