Another look around London's weirdest houses
Taking the term 'cozy' to ridiculous new levels
In our last tour of London's weirdest houses we saw some interesting buildings, from a water tower converted into luxury accommodation, to the mere facade of a house, created to accommodate the train lines behind it.
On our latest trip around the most peculiar homes of the capital, we check out some even more unusual abodes.
From one that was once the smallest in the city - and apparently built to stave off grave robbers - to a Victorian bath house flat bang in the middle of the financial district, enjoy our newest tour of London's weirdest houses.