Embark on a tour of London's weirdest houses
London has a lot of houses
With a population of roughly nine million, London understandably has plenty of homes. Most of these are normal buildings with regular proportions and a sensible amount of windows. Others, however, are not.
For every dozen normal houses in the English capital, there's at least one really peculiar one, the sort of house you walk past on the way to the bus stop or returning home from work that makes you arch your neck every time to try and figure out what the fuck is going on with it.
With this in mind, we ventured out onto the streets of London to take a look at some of its weirdest abodes. From buildings that look too narrow to live in, to a tower with a stunning view of the city's skyline, here are London's weirdest houses.