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This is the final complete build by Christine of Plum Construction, although she’s working on another project! LaLa’s Seaesta is a gorgeous black little house in Galveston, Texas just a couple blocks from the beach.

While the main living area of this house is awesome — with a full kitchen and bath, downstairs Master and upstairs loft bedroom — it’s the hidden under-the-house patio that really makes it special. You’ll find a hanging swing bed, a bar with swing seats, a projector screen, hammock and outdoor shower! Truly a special place to hang out.

Plus back upstairs in the little house, you’ll discover that the breakfast nook transforms into a full-sized bed with lovely window views by just sliding the ottoman over. How neat! Book your stay on Airbnb here, or contact the builder here.

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It’s A Seaside Cottage On Stilts by Christine of Plum Construction in Galveston, Texas

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This is a Laneway House designed by Robert Johnson Architect in New Westminster, BC.

Because of zoning bylaws and site space, this modern house is only 501 sq. ft. The main floor consists of the living/dining/kitchen space and a bathroom (328 sq ft) and upstairs there’s a single bedroom and closet (173 sq ft.).

Enjoy the photo tour below and read what Robert Johnson says about this design at the end!

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Small 501 Sq. Ft. House on Land in British Columbia

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