Tiny house that started as a BIKE SHED costs £800 a month

aboutme

A tiny home that is wedged between two houses and is one tenth the size of a tennis court is to be rented out for £800 a month.

The two-storey wooden house, measuring just 36 square metres, is sandwiched between two brick-built houses on a town's high street.

Originally put up as a bike shed, it has been the subject of a bitter planning dispute for years but has since been approved for residence by the local council.

The two-storey wooden house, measuring just 36 square metres, is sandwiched between two brick-built houses on a High Street in Wheatley, Oxfordshire

The two-storey wooden house, measuring just 36 square metres, is sandwiched between two brick-built houses on a High Street in Wheatley, Oxfordshire

It's owner Mark Keely said he's only looking to rent the property but believes it could be worth as much as £300,000 on the market.

While it may seem tiny, the open-plan house has a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and separate living area, and direct access onto the High Street in Wheatley, Oxfordshire.

Mr Keely, a property developer, was originally only granted permission to build a bike shed on the plot of land, which was formerly used as a car park for a solicitor's office next door.

Less is more! While it may seem tiny, the open-plan house has a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and separate living area

Less is more! While it may seem tiny, the open-plan house has a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and separate living area

As plans were underway,

read more from dailymail.....

Get the latest news delivered to your inbox

Follow us on social media networks

PREV Waymo patents a method to avoid motion sickness in self-driving cars
NEXT Grooming is still rife in Britain says report into abuse