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The Tiniest Homes For Sale in Seattle Right Now, Mapped

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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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229 SF Fremont Condo

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The smallest place for sale in Seattle checks in at a scant 229 sq. ft. There's no photos and few details for this FSBO listing so you'll just have to imagine just how you'd be able to live in that kind of space. Asking $149K, it claims to be a 1-BR, but...how?

309 sf Capitol Hill Studio

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For $179,000 (plus $196/mo. in HOA dues) you get a cozy 309 sq. ft. studio with granite counters, stainless appliances, and hardwood floors. You also get to be in Capitol Hill which might end up being the big sell here.

373 sf Capitol Hill Studio

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Built in 2005, Braeburn Condos comes with a whole lot of amenities to offset the lack of room in your studio. You get a gym, garden space, roof terrace w/BBQ, theater, yoga room, hobby room and "party room."

396 sf Greenwood Condo

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Situated in the heart of Greenwood, this 396 sq. ft. Cooper Square condo comes in at $112K plus $207/mo. in HOA dues. The recently-revised space includes upgraded stainless steel appliances, fresh interior paint, brand new carpet & vinyl flooring. Comes with a Murphy Bed to save some space.

404 sf High Point Condo

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For $120K (plus $234/mo), this top-floor unit features 9-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, a huge balcony and full-sized stainless Energy Star appliances in kitchen. The requisite Murphy bed and a parking space downstairs. Small living without the city lifestyle.

408 sf Eastlake Condo

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This short sale comes in at $190K (plus $295/mo) for a nice-looking unit with new windows, roof, Hardie Plank siding and paint. A divider gives you some semblance of separation for your bed. Also includes a washer/dryer. Nice views from the rooftop deck.

420 sf North Admiral Condo

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This bottom-floor unit has direct access to the adjoining large courtyard, which kinda-sorta makes it feel like your backyard. The $155K unit (plus $197/mo.) puts you in prime West Seattle position. The building also comes with a workout area and rooftop deck.

420 SF Lincoln Park Bungalow

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The smallest home on the market, this 420 sq. ft. bungalow puts you steps from West Seattle's Lincoln Park. Recently updated with hardwood floors, windows, gas heater, counter top, sink and stainless appliances, it's also got a fresh coat of paint. Tiny living rarely looks this shiny.

425 sf Ballard Condo

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This studio with sleeping loft just hit the market and given it's location near everything in Ballard, it probably won't last. The seller has lived here over a decade & has upgraded in many ways: new cabinets, paint, flooring and window coverings.

447 SF Queen Anne Condo

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Queen Anne South Slope location without paying for a luxury mansion. $162K (plus $148/mo) will get you this 420 sq. ft. ground-floor studio that includes a kitchen with eating island, Murphy bed, fireplace and large closet. You also get a little patio area out back, though, the view ain't much...

447 sf Belltown Condo

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$239K will upgrade you to this studio in The Parc. All the usual unit amenities apply but for the extra money you're getting a solid location and tons of building perks (concierge, gym, rooftop deck with Sound views).

458 sf Ballard Condo

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Want in on the Ballard lifestyle but not interested in paying an arm and a leg for a big new condo? At $225K, this 458 sq. ft. unit tries to meet your goal. Decent view from the patio and inside looks pretty nice as well. Pet-friendly building as well.

229 SF Fremont Condo

The smallest place for sale in Seattle checks in at a scant 229 sq. ft. There's no photos and few details for this FSBO listing so you'll just have to imagine just how you'd be able to live in that kind of space. Asking $149K, it claims to be a 1-BR, but...how?

309 sf Capitol Hill Studio

For $179,000 (plus $196/mo. in HOA dues) you get a cozy 309 sq. ft. studio with granite counters, stainless appliances, and hardwood floors. You also get to be in Capitol Hill which might end up being the big sell here.

373 sf Capitol Hill Studio

Built in 2005, Braeburn Condos comes with a whole lot of amenities to offset the lack of room in your studio. You get a gym, garden space, roof terrace w/BBQ, theater, yoga room, hobby room and "party room."

396 sf Greenwood Condo

Situated in the heart of Greenwood, this 396 sq. ft. Cooper Square condo comes in at $112K plus $207/mo. in HOA dues. The recently-revised space includes upgraded stainless steel appliances, fresh interior paint, brand new carpet & vinyl flooring. Comes with a Murphy Bed to save some space.

404 sf High Point Condo

For $120K (plus $234/mo), this top-floor unit features 9-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, a huge balcony and full-sized stainless Energy Star appliances in kitchen. The requisite Murphy bed and a parking space downstairs. Small living without the city lifestyle.

408 sf Eastlake Condo

This short sale comes in at $190K (plus $295/mo) for a nice-looking unit with new windows, roof, Hardie Plank siding and paint. A divider gives you some semblance of separation for your bed. Also includes a washer/dryer. Nice views from the rooftop deck.

420 sf North Admiral Condo

This bottom-floor unit has direct access to the adjoining large courtyard, which kinda-sorta makes it feel like your backyard. The $155K unit (plus $197/mo.) puts you in prime West Seattle position. The building also comes with a workout area and rooftop deck.

420 SF Lincoln Park Bungalow

The smallest home on the market, this 420 sq. ft. bungalow puts you steps from West Seattle's Lincoln Park. Recently updated with hardwood floors, windows, gas heater, counter top, sink and stainless appliances, it's also got a fresh coat of paint. Tiny living rarely looks this shiny.

425 sf Ballard Condo

This studio with sleeping loft just hit the market and given it's location near everything in Ballard, it probably won't last. The seller has lived here over a decade & has upgraded in many ways: new cabinets, paint, flooring and window coverings.

447 SF Queen Anne Condo

Queen Anne South Slope location without paying for a luxury mansion. $162K (plus $148/mo) will get you this 420 sq. ft. ground-floor studio that includes a kitchen with eating island, Murphy bed, fireplace and large closet. You also get a little patio area out back, though, the view ain't much...

447 sf Belltown Condo

$239K will upgrade you to this studio in The Parc. All the usual unit amenities apply but for the extra money you're getting a solid location and tons of building perks (concierge, gym, rooftop deck with Sound views).

458 sf Ballard Condo

Want in on the Ballard lifestyle but not interested in paying an arm and a leg for a big new condo? At $225K, this 458 sq. ft. unit tries to meet your goal. Decent view from the patio and inside looks pretty nice as well. Pet-friendly building as well.