Narrowest House in New York

Cary Grant's Tiny House Is Back on the Market

Cary Grant's Tiny House Is Back on the Market

Want to live in a house whose previous occupants include Cary Grant and Margaret Mead? If you've got $4.3 million to spend, you can! The famed 75 1/2 Bedford St., which at nine-and-a-half feet wide is the narrowest house in New York, is back on the market, for almost double the price it sold for last year.

The three-bedroom, two-bath home has been renovated since its sale in 2010, and boasts oak floors, marble countertops and backsplash, a clawfoot tub, and, somehow, four wood-burning fireplaces. It also features what I have to admit is a beautiful garden for being located in the middle of the city! But $4.3 million for 990 square feet of living place is pretty steep no matter how you look at it. Take a tour of the house and see the floorplan when you keep reading!