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NYC’s Narrowest House Is Back On The Market

If you’ve never seen New York City’s narrowest house, it’s worth heading over to 75 1/2 Bedford Street to take a look. The house, built in 1873, is just 9.5 feet wide. Now it’s newly restored and back on the market again. Curbed has all details…

“NYC’s skinniest house, is back on the market. Dramatic price increases with each flip attempt are nothing new for the townhouse, which sold for $1.6 million in 2000, was asking $2.75 million in 2009, and found a buyer willing to pay $2.175 million in early 2010.”

via NYC’s Narrowest House Returns to Market Asking $4.3 Million – On the Market – Curbed NY.

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