It’s up for sale right now and they’re asking $85,000 for it (Update: sold). The property is in Maine.
Apparently it’s 186-square-feet but I don’t think that figure takes into account the loft space.
Inside there’s enough room for full sized couches and you’ll find a relatively normal sized kitchen.
The great part is that the sleeping loft has plenty of headroom. Enough for most of us to stand up in.
Another great feature of this small house is the generous front porch to hang out in which helps extend the space to the outdoors.
When you enter the house you’re greeted by the main/living room.
In the angle below you can see the ladder to the sleeping loft: I wonder if you can fit a small spiral staircase there?
Below is a shot inside the sleeping loft which could look really nice with some updates. There might even be enough room to have a little work desk up here too.
Let’s head back down and visit the other side of the house where the kitchen is located.
I really like how they used vaulted ceilings in this area to help make it feel more spacious. Notice the window that helps light things up too.
Finally- the bathroom. 🙂
What improvements would you make to this house if you bought it?
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