A house as small as a matchbox is being sold, its width is only 10 feet

Human beings have 3 main needs. Food, clothes and house. While earning food and clothing is still easy, housing is the most difficult need. People spend their entire lives and are not able to get a house built. Many people spend their entire life in rented houses. Nowadays, house prices are so high that even a small house is available for lakhs. But these days a house in America (USA house 10 feet wide) is in discussion which is being sold. It is as small as a matchbox. Only 10 feet wide. But you will be shocked to know the price of this house.

According to the report of Unilad website, a house is being sold near South Jacksonville Beach (South Jacksonville Beach, USA) in Florida. This is a house of 1,547 square feet, which is only 10 feet (10 feet wide house 5 crore rupees) wide and has 2 floors. The size of a typical house in Florida is 1700 square feet. In comparison, this house will be considered small. The entire property is in one line.

This house is listed on the real estate website named Zillow and its price is $619,000 i.e. more than Rs 5 crore. On one hand, the house is small, so it is better for those who want a small house that uses less energy, but the price is so high that only rich people can buy it.

The house has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen, etc. There is a story behind building this house also. Actually, the lot on which this house is built was earlier used as a garden by the neighbor. Because of this the neighbors were not happy that a house was going to be built there.

The neighbors raised their voice in the court, due to which the builder was banned from making adjustments in the lot. Because of this, permission was given to build only a 10 feet house instead of a 15 feet house. The builder did not consider this defeat as a defeat, but took it as a challenge. He decided that he could build a wonderful house even in 10 feet. A video is also going viral on Instagram which is showing the interior of this house.

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