Inside incredibly narrow London house – boasting six storeys and private lift

An incredibly narrow London house which is six-storeys high and even comes with its own private elevator has hit the market – and could be yours for £ 2million

The narrow £ 2million six-storey house

An incredibly narrow London house which stretches six storeys high and includes a private lift has gone on the market.

The bizarre three-bed property made of glass house has gone up for grabs for a whopping £ 2million.

Despite being a bit of a tight squeeze, the house boasts three beds and three bathrooms across six stores with 2,111sq ft of space.

On top of all that, any potential buyer would also bag themselves a private elevator to whiz them from floor to floor.

The Golden Lane home, located in Clerkenwell, central London, was designed in 2004 by an award winning architect, Joe Hagen.







Inside the narrow house’s study
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To traverse the house’s six floors any resident would get an elevator to go along with the staircase
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As people enter the home on the ground floor, they are met by an entrance hall, which comes with a utility room, and first access to the snazzy lift and stairs.

There is a basement downstairs which is where one of the bedrooms and a bathroom is found.

Up the stairs, or elevator, onto the first floor and the second bathroom and bedroom are found.







The property has stunning city views
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Even the house’s bathroom is narrow
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The third floor has a similar layout with the third bedroom, but also a stunning kitchen which comes with a Corian workshop, sensor lighting and a dining table and plenty of storage.

Up the elevator again onto the fourth floor, there is a reception room which is surprisingly large considering the narrowness of the house.

Due to its height as well it offers a good view over the capital.







The house can be bought for a massive £ 2million
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Outside of the Clerkenwell property.
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A library-style bookcase adorns the study on the fifth floor and there is even a roof terrace which comes with more stunning London views, completing out the house.

Reaching the fifth floor, either by stair or lift, there is a study featuring a library-style bookcase.

The smart home also benefits from control4 wireless controls for lights, TV and music, an intercom with video, limestone underfloor heating and thermostats throughout the building.

It is currently on the market with Foxtons for £ 2 million.

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