This Side of the Pond

Notes from an Uprooted Englishwoman

 

February 25, 2021



It surprises me that a peculiarly British phenomenon has wedged its way into the news cycle here in the Midwest, as I personally would not have considered it news. I speak of an article that recently appeared even in Wyoming’s newspapers about the narrowest home in England going up for sale.

This London abode might be less than six feet across, but it’s hardly far from the norm. With your spacious homes and sprawling yards, you Wyomingites clearly don’t realize how good you have it. In Britain, you’ll find all manner of tiny living spaces – to be honest, in the UK there are very f...



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