An unusual London home measuring just 231 centimetres wide is up for sale with a hefty price tag of $1.8 million.
Dubbed the 'Slim House', the home is so narrow that the owner Aimee Luther can almost touch both sides at the same time.
"I absolutely love it. And it's the talk of the town," Ms Luther told 7 News.
"Everybody comes and has a look at it and I often find people trying to touch each side of the house outside."
Her home, at Battersea in London's inner southwest, is narrower than a London train carriage, a standard trampoline and even a three seater couch.
But, over three levels it has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a garden.
"It does look comically thin, but actually as soon as you're in and you open the door, it's absolutely gorgeous," Ms Luther said.
She said her secret to creating the appearance of space is skinny furniture and lots of specially-built storage.
"I think the trick of the trade is to have somewhere to put everything," she said.
"Everything needs a home."
Ms Luther is now moving to the country, so she's putting her home on the market for £1 million, or about AUD$1.8 million.
Her real estate agent, Jasper Colliver, is confident that despite its unique qualities, it'll be snapped up.
"This is one of those houses that somebody is going to absolutely fall in love with it, much like how Aimee did," he said.
The home was originally an alleyway between two houses, but was built-in in the 1800s.
Now, it's being sold as one of the most expensive 'slim houses' in London.