The Incredible Shrinking Houses!

The average new home is now just 925 square feet, barely HALF the size they were in the 1920's Average homes 90 years ago usually measured 1,647 sq ft with 4 bedrooms Today’s equivalent has only three bedrooms and is a mere 925 sq ft Experts say new homes cause poor health, divorces and hold back children One-bedroom flat today is on average the same size as a London Tube carriage Britain also has the smallest houses when compared to the rest of Europe The average semi-detached house now has one less bedroom and is much more ‘cramped, dark and artificially lit’ than those built in the early 20th century. In 1920, average homes usually measured 1,647 square feet and boasted four bedrooms, but