Everett has tiny homes, too, including this remodeled tiny with historic details from 1905. It was a fairly busy town back then, a good time to build a practical and sweet 701 square-foot house that holds two bedrooms and a bathroom. Inside, the bay window becomes a dining alcove, part of a great room that keeps the house from seeming too tiny.
While the house is over a century old, much of it has been updated. The laminate floor is new, as is the front door that includes stained glass.
The kitchen got the most attention during the update. Granite counters are matched with slate finish appliances. White tiles create a back splash that continues the grey tone color scheme that has shades of blue.
The bathroom has been redone, and when there’s only one it can receive a concentrated effort. The color scheme is the same, though here they went with wider tiles contrasting with a ribbon mosaic that looks expertly done.
Lines in the lawn may be the marks of sod that has yet to grow together on the 3,484 square-foot property. The grounds are fenced, wood on one side, chain link on the other. Maybe those are the votes from the neighbors.
For $239,000, the combination provides relative affordability and proximity to I-5 and US-2. Check the local on- and off-ramps for access. That commute may be shorter or longer than expected.
- 2618 Harrison Ave, Everett [Windermere]