Walking past this block of houses, you might not see anything too remarkable from the street—but what you'd be missing is a super tiny home in an alley. The 8' wide home sits between two other buildings, helping to make the most of absolutely every nook and cranny of a city for residences, especially in as busy a place as London.
The small residence was built by Pitman Tozer and although it looks like it would be extremely cramped from the outside, on the inside, the house is surprisingly spacious. Surprisingly, the house has ample room for a family of four and packs all of the necessities of modern life between two other buildings.
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