Narrow house just 4 metres wide and same length as a Mini Cooper on sale for £4million

A minuscule home – no wider than a Mini Cooper – has gone on the market and could be yours for a whopping £4million.

The narrow home in Westminster expands to only four meters wide, but boasts five-bedrooms and extends to over five stories.

The Georgian terraced home completely defines small living as a luxury as it comes complete with four bathrooms, a garden, spa and terrace.

Estate agent Dexters, who have listed it, have described the four million sale as an ‘exceptional family home’ with ‘opportunity’.

Harry Laflin, Manager at Dexters Westminster has added that: “If you like traditional properties that tick all the boxes, then chances are this space is not for you.”

The listing itself reads: “The 3,238 sqft house comprises 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a double reception room, garage, spa, lift, private west facing roof terrace and garden all remarkably encapsulated within the length of a Mini Cooper.

“Catherine Place’s narrow layout fronted by two stunning strategically placed sash windows on each floor, permit daylight to enter the full depth of the property, bouncing off each wall creating a spacious and airy dynamic and ensuring that buyers will always be within a few feet of a window, natural light, and fresh air.

“This exceptional family home presents an opportunity for a discerning buyer with a creative eye to make use of a narrow space in a minimalistic way.”

It seems size is no issue in this property as the lower level of the house features a fully stocked spa, with a sauna, jacuzzi and large shower.

A spiral staircase leads up to the ground-level patio and ground floor, where there is a private garage and a large dining area.

Being very Tardis-like has its benefits as the property is extremely energy efficient, meaning it requires less energy to heat or cool the rooms.

This helps with saving money and reducing waste, given the growing cost of living crisis.

Being within walking distance of Westminster Abbey, it is close to some of London’s most iconic landmarks – including Parliament Square and Buckingham Palace.