Sunday, August 30, 2009

The Narrow House

The house in this picture is reputably the narrowest house in New York:

The house is 9’6” wide and 42’ long. It’s in the news because it’s for sale again. In the past both the poet Edna St. Vincent Millay and the anthropologist Margaret Mead have lived there.

I find it interesting because the dimensions of each of the floors are almost identical to our small units at CityWalk—9.5’ x 42’. The only difference is that the asking price for this house is $2.7 million or $900,000 for each space equal to the space we’re renting at CityWalk beginning at $348 per month.

Of course, we’re including furniture and utilities as well.

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