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Fully Restored 1920’s Tiny Home in Olympia

This is a fully restored tiny home in Olympia, Washington from the 1920’s known as the Historic Hursey House. It’s a 770 sq. ft. cottage on a .11 acre lot offered at $275,000 but is already pending sale! Beautiful to look at though, isn’t it?



Listing Summary

The Historic Hursey House is an Eastside GEM! Lovingly restored with every detail considered from the studs out: all new insulation, wiring, plumbing, windows, roof! Gorgeous restored Fir floors, Paperstone counters in kitchen & bath, pull out storage, built-ins, * gorgeous * tiled bath w/ skylight, French doors lead to composite deck, sweet garden, detached garage with room for workshop. On demand water heater, high efficiency furnace. Add’l space in basement. Bigelow park in your front yard!

Highlights

  • Built in 1920
  • 770 sq. ft.
  • 2 beds 1 bath
  • $275,000
  • Olympia, WA

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  • Marsha Cowan October 27, 2017, 3:55 pm

    Really nicely done! Love the dining area.

  • Michelle October 28, 2017, 1:51 pm

    I love this because it shows that “tiny” is not new. This was the way people lived before the sprawling houses of suburbia. People used sustainable material b/c that’s all there was and they built in a utilitarian fashion, houses to meet their needs not their wants or greed! The movement back to these more sensible times is wonderful but to call it new would be to forget our predecessors!

    • James D. October 28, 2017, 4:49 pm

      Yes, even multi-purpose furniture is nothing new and many things we consider modern conveniences actually date back over 100 years and even before electricity was commonly available… They just had other ways to power them…

      More people used to live under the same roof back then too. So we weren’t always as anti-social as we are now ;-p

  • Jal Natzel October 28, 2017, 6:52 pm

    I think ‘remodeled’ would be more accurate than ‘restored’. Other than one built-in cabinet they left in place it looks like a 2015 house. Very cute home though.

  • Diane Gray October 28, 2017, 11:43 pm

    So glad to see these homes being remodeled and lived in again. It really doesn’t look so small and would be perfect for a single person or a couple. The grounds are beautiful; the house handsome; and the furnishings are pleasing.

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