THIS two-bedroom terraced home has hit the market for just £100,000, but there's a slight catch.

The tiny property is only HALF the size of an average terraced home in Rochdale.

And the home is so slim that passers-by may even miss it when walking past.

Wedged in between two normal-sized homes, this little property would be perfect for someone who doesn't need much room.

The rooms measure less than two metres in width – so the bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom may be a squeeze.

But despite the street view looking very slim, the property actually opens out more towards the back.

The home is on sale for £100,000 – which is significantly less than Greater Manchester's average house price of nearly £250,000.

And the estate agent has listed it as "perfect for a first time buyer or investor".

Upstairs, the bathroom measures just 1.9 metres and the bedroom with the street view is just 1.96 metres in width.

But the second bedroom towards the back of the home is wider, measuring 2.7 metres – which can just about fit a double bed inside.

And downstairs, the lounge actually stretches to three and a half metres wide – feeling a little roomier than other parts of the Rochdale home.

The tiny home is situated near the open countryside – so would be perfect for someone who likes walking and cycling.

And it's also close enough to Littleborough village – where you can get a train to Manchester city centre in no time.

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