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188 Square Feet Flat Goes On Sale For £275,000

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2746858/Is-Britain-s-smallest-house-Tiny-property-s-14-feet-square-goes-sale-275-000-fears-grow-house-market-bubble.html

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The house's buyers will be forced to walk across the kitchen worktop before balancing on narrow steps, to make it to the 7ft 7ins x 5ft 8ins airborne 'bedroom'.

The raised living area, complete with cushions and a small table, also has a small amount of storage space.

The house is on the highly-sought after Richmond Avenue, one street away from Tony Blair's former house on Richmond Crescent.

Blair sold that house for £615,000 in 1997 but it is now worth more than £3million.

The future owners will brush shoulders with Hi-de-Hi! actress Su Pollard, who lives on Richmond Avenue.

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How much weight can the first step take anyway?

I prefer cage fighter living. There is still development potential in for the buyer of it - pop down to pets at home and buy 10 cages. You now have a little BTL empire all in one place!

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Anyway the old rule goes, buy a house, the closest you can to the central bank, and just wait for the free money to magically appear!

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I don't think the price is insane given that that part of the London is capital of the world.

But I'll bet there's a service charge that makes the eyes water!

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