London home could be yours for £430k… but it'll squeeze more than your wallet | The Sun

A LONDON home has gone on the market for £430,000 – but there's a tight catch.

The three-bedroom property is located in Croydon and with property prices in the capital averaging at over £700,000, it is worth well a look.

But while the detached house looks a steal for the price, prospective buyers might be facing a squeeze.

Parts of the 693 sq ft home are on the narrow side with the newly fitted kitchen no wider than a train carriage.

With shiny black surfaces either side of the room, it allows for little space for any potential owners to pass through.

Next door to the long, thin kitchen is a decent sized dining room, offering plenty of room for entertaining family and guests.

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And the living room has a cute seat in the window ideal for an afternoon reading in the sunshine.

The modern family bathroom comes with a shower, toilet and sink with everything looking fresh and new.

One bedroom boasts a wall of built-in wardrobes, but the property does come unfurnished.

While that might be a downside for some, there's plenty of opportunity for the new homeowner to put their stamp on the place.

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The second bedroom again holds a decent size and comes with plenty of storage.

While the third bedroom is a tad smaller but could easily be converted into a nursery or office.

And what the abode lacks in width, it sure does make up with a family-sized garden.

The property was listed on the market by Winkworth Estate Agents.

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Meanwhile, a one-bedroom flat recently went on sale for just £80,000, but buyers may want to check it out first.

And a couple's ordinary looking home in the Cotswolds hides an exotic secret in the garden. Check it out here.

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