The property is just 1.8m wide.

A home in West London is currently on sale and being marketed as the thinnest building in London. The property comes in at a width of just 1.8m. Despite its narrow width, it boasts nearly a hundred square metres of space with two bedrooms, a landscaped garden, and a roof terrace. Before this house was a residential home, it was originally a hat store, and a rather popular one at that. A fashion photographer bought it in the 1990s and converted it into a home. The asking price for this property is about R20m. According to the estate agents, due to its uniqueness, it is bound to sell in no-time.