ONE of Britain's skinniest homes that measures just 9ft wide could be yours for £200k.
The slim detached property comes with two bedrooms and a driveway and is located just outside Cardiff city centre.
The newly-built property has been slotted into a strip of land next to a railway footbridge in a clever use of space.
What was once a wasteland has been transformed into a thinly veiled two-bed home.
Neighbour, Jay Leyshon, 32, said: "We never thought they would fit a house in there – but they have.
"It is very thin but perfectly formed. It would suit someone on a diet I guess."
Vaulted ceilings add an air of space to the rooms and the tiny home even has a garden at the back.
Located in the Welsh suburb of Cathays, the home is bound to see ample interest when it hits the market.
Boasting an open plan lounge and kitchen covers the back of the ground floor that measures 9.6ft wide by 23.6ft long.
A modern design can be found throughout the property along with an eco-clad metal roof with solar panels and stylish black window frames.
There’s clever storage solutions featured inside with a bespoke area built underneath the stairs.
The two double bedrooms have sloped ceilings and a built-in cupboard as well as a bathroom tucked away to the left of the front door which has a double shower.
The £200,000 price was set after the land was last featured on the market in 2013 for £52,000.
Jeffrey Ross Sales and Lettings said: "[This is] An unique detached property just outside Cardiff city centre.
"This contemporary home offers a "one off" design with a light and airy feeling throughout.
"Internally the property feels spacious with vaulted ceilings & neutral décor, as well as a sleek shower room & fitted kitchen."
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