Friday 22 September 2017
Luxury 'Skinny House' worth £2.7m to be built in three-metre gap in London. A narrow gap between two buildings in central London is being turned into a luxury home that could fetch as much as £2.7 million. The four-storey house on Euston Road, Fitzrovia, will have three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a ground-floor courtyard.The entrance hall will lead to an open-plan kitchen and dining room, next to an indoor bike store with room for two bicycles. Two living rooms, and the bedrooms and bathrooms, will be stacked on the higher floors, topped by a roof terrace with views over Regent's Park. Plans were approved by Westminster Council despite opposition from the freeholder of the Green Man pub, which is next door to the site. The city's thinnest house is believed to be on the corner of South Terrace and Thurloe Square in Knightsbridge. It is 7ft wide, and is estimated to be worth more than £2 million.
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