The Wackiest Tiny Home You've Ever Seen (Built in 1925)

Categories: Tiny House

From the front, this Seattle home appears normal. But walk around to the side, and you’ll see a house that’s a sliver of its front-facing self — and measures just 4½ feet wide.

It wasn’t frugality or hipness that inspired its unique construction back in 1925, decades before tiny homes were a thing.

It was spite.

There are two popular versions of how it happened: Either the owner of a neighboring home got divorced and gave his wife a wedge of land he believed was too small for her to use, or a neighboring owner low balled the owner of the slim property, believing he couldn’t built on it — and so he did.

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