This slim grey dwelling in Boston's North End is the narrowest in Boston, at just 10.5 feet at its widest point. The interior gets even smaller, with some portions no more than 6.5 feet across. In order to save space, the main entrance is relegated to a side alley, but, as Apartment Therapy notes, that doesn't leave a lot of space for moving in furniture. Then again, there's not a whole lot of space inside this tiny home for sofas and such, so maybe that's just as well. Not to get in a pissing match here, but there are narrower homes out there, like NYC's $14,000 per month, 9.5-foot-wide townhouse, but this is still mighty slim.
· The skinny on Boston's narrowest house (VIDEO) [CNN]
· Boston's Skinniest Dwelling: The 10 Foot Wide Spite House [AT]
· All 75 1/2 Bedford Street coverage [Curbed NY]