A HOME less than three-metres wide is for sale, and it is the cheapest in the entire county right now.

The two-bed end terrace house in Kington is the cheapest home on the market in Herefordshire, excluding park homes, auctions and shared ownership houses.

For sale with Cobb Amos for offers over £130,000, the Duke Street home is said to have character features throughout and is described as period.

Hereford Times: The front of the Duke Street homeThe front of the Duke Street home

Hereford Times: One of the first floor bedroomsOne of the first floor bedrooms

Agents say on Zoopla that the home has two bedrooms, gas heating and a small patio area to the rear.

It is currently rented out and for £450 per calendar month and there is no onward chain.

Within walking distance of the town centre, it is made up of a hallway, living room, dining room, kitchen, downstairs bathroom, rear hallway and two first-floor bedrooms.

Agents say the living room has a window in the front, wooden beams, a fireplace and exposed stonework.

Hereford Times: There are period features, including beamsThere are period features, including beams

Hereford Times: The kitchen is fitted with several unitsThe kitchen is fitted with several units

The dining room has a window to the side, under stairs cupboard, wooden beams and a door to the kitchen, which is fitted with a range of wall and base units with working surface over, electric cooker with gas hob and space for washing machine and fridge.

There are also windows to dual aspects and tiled flooring.

The rear hallway has a door to the rear, a cupboard with the boiler and access to the bathroom which is fitted with a modern three-piece white suite including a shower over the bath.

Upstairs, there are two bedrooms both with neutral decor and exposed beams. A Worcester Bosch boiler was installed in 2020.

The largest room is the living room, which is the full width of the house, at 3.69 metres long and 2.69 metres wide.