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September 11, 2009

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This could be the bananaphonejackers place!

http://robertarood.files.wordpress.com/2008/05/wolleh_magritte.jpg

I think it used to be a brothel! Think there was a big old raid there a while ago... No a clue what it is now though but it fills me with bafflement and wonder every time I walk past!

http://faded-london.blogspot.com/

this also mentions it!

It's London's thinnest house http://www.shadyoldlady.com/location.php?loc=99

A famous photographer/artist used to live there (the name escapes me).

And it wasn't a brothel - that place used to be a few doors down. Not there anymore.

It was Juergen Teller Dan.
Before he lived there, its first use was as a millinery which explains the hat. It sold for over half a million clams back in 2005.

You're right, the brothel was a couple of doors down. I think the hat palce is actually the thinnest building in London though

It looks like someting out of the Harry Potter books!

You can now go through the keyhole ...
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1233444/Thin-house-fat-wallet-Property-6ft-wide-sale-550-000.html

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