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Five Small Seattle Homes For Single Folks On Valentine's Day

Estately recently did some extensive analytical research to find out the ten states with the "Saddest, Loneliest Singles." Washington came in at No. 9, so, sorry to hear about your situation, Washington singles. Good news, though. Just because you're all alone, that doesn't mean you can't find a special, small house to keep you feeling warm and cozy.

Here now are the five best small homes in Seattle for living alone on Valentine's Day (or any day, really).


This cute 1920's condo in the Tulane Building is only 475 square feet but it packs a lot in, including oak floors, mahogany trim, picture molding and leaded glass French doors that lead to your cozy, lonely sleeping alcove. Available for $155K.


This sweet, sturdy housebarge sits pretty in one of the only condo owned marinas on Lake Union. 1986-built, the 550-square-foot floating home lets you nuzzle into your own solo eating nook, bathtub for one and a sleeping loft with ample head room. Asking only $299K.


This sunny top-floor Southwest corner unit in a classic 1940's brick building, perched high above Lake Union. 628 square feet of old world charm seem like ample room for a single Seattleite, especially one working at one of the tech companies nearby. Nice views while you eat your dinner-for-one over the sink. Asking $199K.


81 Vine is a 1914 factory that has been restored and revived and this 669 square-foot unit includes expansive two-story ceilings, exposed brick walls and added loft space for sleep or storage. Cause let's face it, you'll probably use it for storage since you'll by crying yourself to sleep in the corner every night. Asking $325K.


Are you single but a "classy" single? How bout this 700-square-foot designer condo with views of the waterfront? With an attention to detail to maximize space, there's a built-in media cabinet with stowaway TV, rolling panel opens to dressing area, a hidden washer/dryer and private access to a full bath. It's like living in a fun maze for a bored single person. Asking $549K.
· 10 States with the Saddest, Loneliest Singles [Estately]