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article imageNew York's skinniest house on sale for $2.7 million

By Andrew Moran     Aug 28, 2009 in Lifestyle
In Greenwich Village, New York the city's 'skinniest' house is for sale for $2.7 million. The house is 9.5 feet wide and 42 feet long. People and publications deem it as the skinny house with a fat price.
A house that was built in 1867 and sandwiched between two larger buildings is being sold for $2.7 million after it was originally purchased for $1.6 million in 2000, according to The Associated Press. The three-story building once housed anthropologist Margaret Mead and poet Edna St. Vincent Millay.
It sounds like a gem until one realizes the size. It is being described as the narrowest home in all of New York City. It is 9.5 feet wide and 42 feet long (2.9 metres wide by 12.8 metres long).
Corcoran real estate broker Alex Nicholas tells potential buyers that this home is perfect for anyone who wants a little history from the Big Apple.
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