Seattle is no stranger to tiny living. While the micro-apartment movement is only starting to gain traction elsewhere, we're already past the point of NIMBYism and city council legislation. Still, that doesn't mean folks aren't looking for good deals on small spaces. If the location is good, the building's full of amenities and you spend most of your time at work anyway, why bother paying through the roof for a place you use for sleeping, eating and not much else? Whether that's you or whether you like the idea of downsizing, we scoured Redfin to find the smallest places currently on the market just for you. Everything on our list checks in at under 500 sq.ft., with the smallest spot coming in at a very snug 229 sq. ft.
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