The narrowest house in the country is probably in Prague, served as a brothel
The narrowest house in Prague, and probably also in the Czech Republic is located in Prague at the St. Agnes Street. It was built in 1883 and its facade is just 2.25 meters wide.
The lane in which the house stands, was formerly a second entrance to the House of Justice in Křikava Řásnovce. Only during the passage of the centuries turned into a living room where a certain lady ran over forty years (until 1922) brothel.
Another curious House in Pragues quiet hotel near the Old Town Square. It is a green building from 1360 in the narrow street between St. Marys Seminary Square and Charles Street in the Old Town. The hotel is due to its width 3.28 m local rarity.
Among the narrowest building in Prague include hotel Clementin Old Town. Source: Novinky.cz
The buildings history is not entirely clear, it is known only that it was originally part of the adjacent house, with whom he apparently shared and common cellars, in 1433 the then separated from him. Probably in the 17 or at the very beginning of the 18th century was totally independent reconstruction. At that time the building was increased by 3 floor.
Quaint house in China
Residential building in Shanghai, China, built in the 20th the last century, from one side it looks as if it was just a wall. The buildings irregular shape is on one side only 30 cm wide. According to the population but the internal layout of the house quite normal.
The narrowest house in the world today may be in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. And in the street Singel No. 7 and is only one meter wide.
The primacy of him but apparently deflates emerging house called Keret House in Warsaws Wola district. In its widest part is supposed to have only 122 cm and even the narrowest only 72 cm.