Britain’s smallest house has no bathroom

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Now what he saw fashion kiosk small space to live in a big and dense city let’s go to Wales and its special features. People there mostly live in houses, not so much in flats, but your smallest house would rival any current proposal.

As known as Conwy . Pier House, self-proclaimed “Smallest House in all of England” it was, as expected, a small residence, but friendly enough on the surface.

This is a house built in the 16th century that remained in use until 1900, when the last tenants were forced to leave at the behest of the town hall. In terms of space, we are facing a house that only 3 meters deep and less than two meters wide.

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the roof has a little more than 3 meters from the ground to the roof. Not bad if it wasn’t for the house which is divided into two floors. The first floor is dedicated to the living room with space for coals and a fireplace, It also has a hidden water faucet behind the stairs. Upstairs has a very narrow bedroom and It comes with a small niche for storage.

More information about the story. The house was originally built on an unused plot of land nestled in a row of medieval cottages. In fact, it would be easy to miss without its bright red facade.

The last tenant to occupy the property full-time was a fisherman named Robert Jones, who, according to local historians, could barely fit in the cramped space. The owner of the house, also named Robert Jones, happened to live next door.

The structure was finally deemed unfit for occupancy by the city in 1900, but remained the property of the Robert Jones family (owners, not tenants) for generations. Today, his great-grandson, Jan Tyley, owns the house and leaves it open to curious tourists.

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Tyley has preserved the interior to provide an insight into the Spartan life of a historic Welsh fisherman. Visitors can briefly explore the small house and, on celebratory occasions, be greeted by a woman dressed in traditional Welsh clothing. For a small fee, you can explore the first floor, even the second floor it became somewhat unstable and only peeking into the still furnished room was allowed.

Starting this year, those wishing to visit the UK’s smallest house (that’s how it is registered in the Guinness book), they have to pay 1.50 pounds (adults) and 50 cents for children under 16 years.[[[[Mental Thread]

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