That's somewhat smaller than the 1st radius available off the shelf from most manufacturers. I suspect you may have to use flexi- track to get it to fit. What locos and stock are you hoping to run on it? You could be restricted to using short wheelbase stuff.
A circle of that would fit your area (just), but even then you'd still need to ensure clearance for stock overhangs and you'd be restricted to very small locos and rolling stock.
There have been smaller radii circles available in the past, specifically Aristocraft's "Barrel Circles" in two sizes, but they are next to impossible to find - long out of production and those that have them seem to be hanging on to them!
I have a circle of Mr. Heyn's "Radius 0" track as well as one of the Aristocraft barrel circles. They are fun to play with for small dioramas or vignettes but I haven't tried to incorporate them into an actual layout. An LGB porter or a Hartland Mack negotiate the tight curves nicely. I've even had an LGB Fortuna Flyer running on ours occasionally.
I bought two of the Heyn Rad 0 circles (each of 8 x 45 degree sections) a couple of years back - one with the standard sleepers (which are visually close to "normal" Euro G) and one with his field-railway "rustic" sleepers.
I've laid it on the floor and tested it with a Stainz and a couple of four-wheel wagons, both Feldbahn shorties and LGB standard 4-wheelers (starter set coaches).
The Stainz handles the radius OK in both directions when running solo, and runs well both ways with the feldbahn short cars; with the standard-length four wheel cars it runs fine bunker-first, but when running smokebox-first it struggles a bit with coupler lock-up due to the excessive outswing of the cab end of the loco - it will manage it (just), but is not 100% happy.
One of the little Feldbahn locos with matching cars would be fine in both directions.
LGB Telegram of Fall 1999 V10 No.3 had a great article about building a small Railway that fitted on a board 3’4” wide by 5’2” long using in part LGB R1 points and 1 R1 curve to bring the point track straight again. The other curves very tight were curved using a Rail Bender to impossibly tight curves,