NEW YORK, NY – The thinnest house in New York City has just sold for $2.1 million!
The building is located at 75 1/2 Bedford Street, in Manhattan’s historic Greenwich Village neighborhood. It was originally built on the land between numbers 75 and 77, which used to be an alley.
It is only 42 feet long, 9.5 feet wide, and just 8.5 feet wide inside!

The two bedroom, two bathroom home has actually been the residence of a number of famous figures, including poet Edna S. Vincent Millay and anthropologist Margaret Mead. It was last sold in 2000 for $1.6 million, and had been on the market since last August.
Of the difficulties of such a narrow residence, real estate agent Alex Nicholas only said, “Due to the narrowness of the house, I think you have to be very clever in how you decorate.”
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2 thoughts on “THINNEST HOUSE SOLD”

  1. overpriced, you could probably get better for the money, but it is cute, and would definitely do for me and my daughter 🙂


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