The Hollensbury House: The Hollensbury Spite House in Alexandria, Virginia is 7 feet wide, built in 1830 by the cranky owner of one of the buildings next door because he wanted to keep people from using the alley next to his house.
Circa "Ford Coupe at 'little house' in Alexandria, Virginia." National Photo owner Herbert E. French examining that city's Little House (a. "Spite House") on Queen Street, a narrow dwelling with a long history
This postcard from 1912 depicts the The Old Spite House, the home of the Graves brothers, two fisherman from Marblehead, Massachusetts, that supposedly lived in different sections of the home because they refused to sell the house to the other.
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