There is a 9.5 foot wide townhouse in Manhattan at 75 1/2 Bedford Street, that is supposedly the narrowest.
The townhouse with the smallest width I have inspected was 12 feet wide and that seemed pretty tight. Figuring about 1 foot for wall thickness on either side in the house I inspected, the occupant is left with 10 feet to move around in.
Here’s the kicker. A 1 meter wide house in Brazil (2 meters wide in the rear). Claustraphobia comes to mind and a firetrap.
….and a narrow house in
Seattle, WA San Francisco, CA.
What about the ‘triangular’ house on the northeast corner of Greenwich and Reade Streets that also boasts a great deal of it’s square footage is in the underground vaults?
The house in Seattle WA is actually in San Francisco, in the Glen Park neighborhood.
oops – sorry about that – and I well know Socketsite is a San Francisco web site. I just changed the text.
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