Brussels sprouts a very tiny house
Cosy might be the best word to describe the smallest house in Brussels, which is about to go up for auction.
The centuries-old former furniture workshop and creperie a stone's throw from the Belgian capital's picturesque central square is just 2.75 metres wide and has a ground floor only 1.75 metres across.
On one floor it has a potentially inviting fireplace, but you might singe your knees if you sat facing it on an armchair.
There is a starting price of €146,200 for the auction.