A bungalow with a basement makes living in a tiny house a lot easier.
A 1965 bungalow was built on a sloping, 5,670 square foot lot. What it lost in flat land, it gained in the ability to have a downstairs for laundry, storage, and whatever else you can fit down there. A wine or root cellar, perhaps?
Living in tiny houses is getting popular. If you're always at work, why have a big house? If you're single or a couple without kids, how many bedrooms do you really need, or even want?
The owners of this 520 square foot house know how to emphasize the space. Open the kitchen. Remove room dividers if they aren't necessary. Color the door with a mosaic of art glass. Use distinctive tiles and patterns in the bathroom. Use lots of lights. Patios and decks expand the living space, weather depending.
They're asking $359,950 for the package, which works out to almost $700/square foot. If they're the right square feet, that may just work.
· 5004 Puget Blvd SW [Zillow]