The Tiniest House in London

London is a very old city with an awful lot of people living there. Even more people want to, which is why real estate prices and rent is sky high. A good location is priceless. All that is why any unused space will be converted into a home for someone. Number 10 Hyde Park Place was converted long ago, and has become famous in its tininess. While it's bigger than Britain's smallest house, the smallest house in London has about 75 square feet of living space. It's been there for possibly 200 years, but at one time this space was an alleyway between two buildings. Its history is somewhat muddy but still fascinating. The legends associated with it are even more interesting. It's a pity we don't get to see the interior. The story of the house ends a minute and a half before the video does. -via Boing Boing 

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