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This Is The World’s Narrowest Home With Only 50 Inches Width

The city of Warsaw in Poland is the place where one of the world’s most unique houses can be found. It’s almost impossible to see if you’re just passing by, but if you’re looking for it then you can see the slim house nestled between two buildings.

The Keret House was built by Polish architect Jakub Szczseny and is only 50 inches wide. The house is becoming somewhat of a tourist attraction lately, although many new visitors might miss the house altogether. The house was built by Jakub for travelling writers, who thought that no one would want to live in such a small space for a long time.

The house is raised up on stilts and is accessed by a main staircase, while each floor in the house can be accessed by a narrow staircase or ladder. The main area of the building is like a miniature version of a loft apartment and the space of the entire home is entirely functional with no excess. For those of you who wish to see the building in person, it can be found between buildings at Chlodna 22 Street and Zelazna 74 Street in Warsaw, Poland. For the rest of you, pictures of the Keret House are shown below.