Tiny houses are everywhere in Seattle – except downtown
Since it’s Micro Week, we mapped Seattle’s ten tiniest houses to see how small they went and where they’re located. You may or may not be surprised to see them nicely distributed between North and South Seattle. In the middle, however, not so much. Unless you’re looking at houseboats, but that’s another story.
Below you’ll find a map that begins in Magnolia with a 525 square-foot home and tops out with a 1941 bungalow in West Seattle that’s 670 square feet. Take a look around and see if you could handle living in homes these size. If you’re dealing with a small apartment or condo already, why not get the same thing but with a lawn?
H/T to real estate research and analytics firm NeighborhoodX for helping to compile.
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