NEW YORK - It's 9.5 feet wide and 42 feet long (2.9 metres wide by 12.8 metres long) and is billed as the narrowest house in New York City. But there's nothing small about its asking price: $2.7 million.
Located in Greenwich Village, the red brick building was built in 1873 and sandwiched between two larger structures.
It's famous for other reasons, too. Corcoran real estate broker Alex Nicholas says anthropologist Margaret Mead and poet Edna St. Vincent Millay once called it home.
The three-story structure boasts plenty of light with large windows in the front and back, and a skylight. The current owner bought it in 2000 for $1.6 million. Nicholas says it's a place for someone who wants a little history.
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Emphasis on "little". Imagine what that could get you here on Staten Island instead!