Rundown one-bed house that's just 7FT wide hits market for £150,000

Rundown one-bed house that's just 7FT wide hits market for £150,000

Rising CRAMP! Rundown one-bed house that’s just 7FT wide in Welsh tourist spot hits market for £150,000

  • Property – dubbed a ‘bijou bolt hole’ – is set back from the road in coastal tourist hotspot Mumbles, Swansea
  • Is made up of just four rooms – a lounge, kitchen and dining room, a bedroom and a bathroom, listing reveals
  • Advert states it needs ‘some upgrading’, but ‘presents a fantastic opportunity’ for a buyer willing to renovate
  • The house is just a stones throw from the beach in Mumbles, where house prices average over £300,000

A rundown one-bedroom house that’s just seven-foot wide in a Welsh tourist spot has hit the market for £150,000.

The property – dubbed a ‘bijou bolt hole’ by estate agents – is set back from the road at the end of a long front garden in Mumbles, on the outskirts of Swansea. 

It is made up of just four rooms – a lounge, kitchen and dining room, a bedroom and a bathroom.

The listing states it needs ‘some upgrading’, but ‘presents a fantastic opportunity’ for a buyer willing to put in the elbow grease. 

The house is just a stones throw from the beach in Mumbles – a coastal tourist hotspot – where house prices average over £300,000.

A rundown one-bedroom house that’s just seven-foot wide (pictured) in a Welsh tourist spot has hit the market for £150,000

The property – dubbed a ‘bijou bolt hole’ by estate agents – is set back from the road at the end of a long front garden in Mumbles, on the outskirts of Swansea

The house is being sold by John Francis estate agents.

The Rightmove listing reads: ‘An extremely rare and special opportunity to purchase probably the smallest house in Mumbles.

‘This truly unique property offers the incoming purchaser a chance to buy into a part of Mumbles’ history.

‘The ground floor has been extended to include a lounge for additional living space as well as a kitchen/dining room in the original part of the building.

‘From here there is a staircase up to the bedroom on the first floor which leads through to the bathroom.

It is made up of just four rooms – a lounge, kitchen and dining room, a bedroom and a bathroom (pictured)

The listing states it needs ‘some upgrading’, but ‘presents a fantastic opportunity’ for a buyer willing to put in the elbow grease. Pictured: The living room

The house (pictured) is just a stones throw from the beach in Mumbles – a coastal tourist hotspot – where house prices average over £300,000

‘To the front of the home there is a garden area and a driveway providing invaluable off-road parking and to the rear there is a small outdoor space with rear access.’

It adds: ‘This bijou bolt hole is in need of some upgrading but presents a fantastic opportunity.

‘Situated in a prime location in the heart of Mumbles, it is just a moment’s walk to the bars, restaurants, cafés and shops that the village has to offer.

‘And a stones throw from the nearby sea front promenade, with numerous other beaches including Langland and Caswell and the Gower Peninsular also easily accessible.’ 

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