There are a lot of reasons a house could be tiny: The year it was built plays a role, as some some eras value a lot of space more than others. Other homes are tiny because they used fewer building materials, or because of the environment, or because of proximity.
The neighborhood seems to play a role sometimes—we typically see a lot of smaller homes for sale in West Seattle, and this time around they make up four out of ten. Older homes can be a little smaller, too. Sometimes, those spaces are tiny just because whoever built them wanted them to be.
Let’s take a fresh look at the littlest houses on the market in Seattle. Whatever the reason for their itty-bittiness, these ten houses ranging from 500 to 720 square feet are the tiniest currently on the market with Seattle addresses—although there are a lot more not for sale.
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