Narrowest House

NarrowHouseA slender home in New York City measures only nine-and-a-half feet wide. The narrow floor plan hasn’t dimmed the home’s value, though. It’s on the market currently for $2.7 million.

Located in Greenwich Village, the home was built in 1873. Poet Edna St. Vincent Millay once lived there, as did anthropologist Margaret Mead. The home is 42 feet long.

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