The Wackiest Tiny Home You've Ever Seen (Built in 1925)
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Owner Clay Wallace, who’s an architect, appreciates the home’s history and character, including its Spanish Colonial Revival look with “slight Italianate influences.” He likes that it’s maintained its style through numerous renovations.
“It just spoke to me,” he said. “I didn’t know of its neighborhood prominence — it’s like a landmark for many people. ”
He finds the home comfortable, from its 9-by-14-foot living room to the galley kitchen and bedrooms that measure more than 100 square feet. Wallace also likes the location, near shops and a major highway, and a short walk from Seattle’s 230-acre arboretum.
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