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Artist’s 753 Sq. Ft. Workshop w/ 300 Sq. Ft. Tiny Loft Apartment


This is an artist’s 753 sq. ft. workshop w/ a 300 sq. ft. tiny apartment within which makes it perfect for a live/work situation. How would you like to live with your own workspace and tiny home within the same structure? Do you think that would be useful for you?

The building was built in 2008 and I bought it in the pre build period. The loft was originally just a mezzanine space of which I’ve added hardwood floors, a kitchen, cabinetry, storage closets and a sleeping loft. Yes a loft in the loft. Loft squared.

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Artist’s 300 Sq. Ft. Tiny Apartment In Live/Work Artist Workshop

753 Sq Ft Artist Workshop with 300 Sq Ft Tiny Loft Apartment

753 Sq Ft Artist Workshop with 300 Sq Ft Tiny Loft Apartment 753 Sq Ft Artist Workshop with 300 Sq Ft Tiny Loft Apartment

This is a 300 Sq ft loft that I currently live in. It’s over top of my workshop that is 753 Sq ft. Work live space. I’m an artist and e. looking to lease the space out to another entrepreneur type business person/ artist.

Would you live in a tiny loft apartment built within your own warehouse/workshop building?

So what do you think, would you ever consider building and living in something like this?

If so, what do you think you would do with the warehouse space?

I could see this being the ultimate setup for a passionate tiny house builder, but it could be used for almost anything!

You could build furniture

What would you use the space for?

Do you have a business or hobby you could run out of it?

Tell us about it in the comments!

Questions?

Please ask in the comments and I’ll kindly ask the owner to answer. 🙂

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  • Bill Gestwicki
    April 4, 2019, 5:10 pm

    What! no bathroom ?

    • Eric
      April 4, 2019, 10:44 pm

      The great outdoors?

      Does seem strange though doesn’t it? Maybe one is there and hasn’t been shown due to aesthetic reasons.

      • James D.
        April 5, 2019, 12:38 am

        Owner will apparently provide answers later but it’s probably just on the main floor… This is a converted loft above a workshop…

  • Lee Ann
    April 9, 2019, 4:39 pm

    Amazing space. So cool to live above your work space.

  • Eve Love
    June 15, 2021, 1:49 am

    My friend and I are artists (I focus on interior design and refurnish and design my own furniture and my best friend isba mechanical mad scientist. He rebulds and designs bikes and ither small motor vehicles and toys. He wants a larger space and so do I tobwork out of. He and I want to do a bag open house type small business welcome to tge neighborhood/new business promotions and start with a HUGE charity drive givung away one of a kind speciality bikes for kids without and amazing furniture pieces for familes in need. Please anyone let me know of any type of afordable work place living space. We have a lot of talent and resources we want to share with out community and need a lot of help financially to get this off the ground. Any and every idea and advise or help is greatly appriciated. Thank you!!

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