Seattle Modern The Best Small House Design I’ve Ever Seen

Seattle Modern The Best Small House Design I’ve Ever Seen


SEATTLE MODERN THE BEST SMALL HOUSE DESIGN I’VE EVER SEEN


82 thoughts on “Seattle Modern The Best Small House Design I’ve Ever Seen

  1. Hi , I did subscribe .I like this house .Can you tell me where on the net I could get some more informations about it ? ( especially size and metrics) . Thank you .

  2. Wow that's the nicest small home, hold on someone already said that, lol ! That might be the biggest 700 sq.ft. ive seen, I believe this is a 2 bdr. , the master is huge, the only thing I'm not crazy about is the bath, but theres too much to like the boarded ceilings the kitchen nook and hello if that's not the cutest front door ever. Yeah its beautiful plus so close to the best music ever "Grunge" baby. Have Pearl Jam over !!!

  3. Pretty house but i wish you had done a fluid front door to back door tour style shot so that we could view the layout as of walking thru the home

  4. It is the best! I knew it woul be each essential room in each corner of the house. Lovely. And the outdoor space is perfect for parking and entertainment.

  5. As the "tiny house" movement gains momentum, we move further and further away from the original idea of "tiny". In the near future tiny houses will be the size of regular houses but cost more since they're considered a niche market.

  6. This homes looks as though it has all the full size appliances. and a private bedroom with a door and one private bathroom. Does it have a little inside laundry room for a full size washer and dryer? If it had an inside laundry room and a garage for the car and storage, it would be perfect for one person or even two. What more does a person need? Looks nice and the yard has a nice area. Love that this does not have any stairs to climb. Stairs are evil for old people. This old lady would be happy to own this.

  7. HOLY SHIT, THIS SOLD FOR 319,950, ARE U FUCKING KIDDING ME, YOU CAN BUY A HUGE 5 BEDROOM 3 AND A HALF BATH 2 FLOORS WITH A BASEMENT AND 2 CAR GARAGE FOR LESS THAN THAT DAMN NEAR IN ALL OF THE U.S. EXCLUDING COASTLINE'S FOR LESS W.T.F??? IS IT BECAUSE IT'S NEW, HOW BOUT I TAKE A SHIT IN IT AND GET IT FOR THE 90 OR SO THOUSAND THAT IT SHOULD COST…….

  8. This is how it looks on Google street view http://tinyurl.com/yc8hzv2f. Not even in an upscale neighborhood. Also, the house was built in the 60s. I have no idea why someone would pay that price for such a house.

  9. I am diissappointed that this video does not show the whole house with all of the rooms. And why not show a sketch of the floor plans? Neat little place, though.

  10. Any husband/wife team that need more than this….have been brainwashed to be slaves 2 American banks and society.

  11. It's called an Eichler home.
    They were popular in California in the 60's.
    Best when built with radiant heat in the slab floor because there aint an attic.
    Small and cheap to build but low cielings and exterior roofline makes them squatty looking.

  12. 320K for that? Its a freaking shoebox that got a decent decorating job. Maybe I should take a fresh look at my dog kennel. Condos anyone?

  13. At 700 sq ft I don't call that small. I live in a 900 sq ft house 3 bedrooms, one and a half baths, garage, basement cost $30,000 and it's paid for. I see these tiny houses and it boggles the mind what they cost my question is what's the point, you still have to park it somewhere and pay or buy the land another expense, taxes etc so why not just buy a smaller house would be much cheaper.

  14. Space is nice, cost is 60% to high, and by the way…the decor sucks so much I want to heave. Who ever staged that should be horse whipped.

  15. We paid less than 70 thousand for a 1, 800 sq ft building – shop in front plus flat in back – also a basement, attached shed and private parking. Even after a loan for remodeling we are still under $100,000. We are in the Midwest is the difference. I'm from CA and after moving out I could never afford to move back as the prices kept rising in my absence.
    However you can say all day the price for this small home is too much but notice it sold. It's whatever the market will bear, folks.

  16. I love it! It's grey on the outside and great on the inside! But….there is no way in hell I'd pay that much for it.

  17. $300,000 where I live in the midwest gets you a new 2000+ sq.ft. lakefront house, not counting the 2.5-car garage that comes with it.

  18. Why all the fading in and out of the photos? Its not creative, its annoying. Can you not just show the photos?

  19. I love this house as it has a bedroom without having to climb a ladder to get into a bedroom loft!

  20. Ok. We get it one horse towns have cheaper and bigger living areas. This is geared toward urbanites in LA/ SF/LBC etc.

  21. Lovely home! I wish I knew where the owner obtained that large piece of artwork in the formal dining room. It would look wonderful in my master bedroom!

  22. Nice, but far from the best. 1) Kitchen way too small, not nearly enough cabinetry. 2) I'd eliminate the bathtub and do a walk-in shower with a small linen closet next to it. 3) Windows too high to be able to look out and enjoy…or have a nice breeze hit you while you're sleeping. Where is the closet for clothing (and other) storage? I didn't see one in the whole place. More women should be designing these, then they'd be perfect because we think of what is needed and make sure it happens!

  23. By the time you finish paying the price of the house, you would have paid twice the amount. This is a rip off make your own in your own land. one engineer and three more men. You think a tiny little house will hold on when Huracaine season comes around? times have change you need a home made of Concrete.🙋🙏📖

  24. Love it! Only criticism, why in the world aren't there edge to edge sliding glass doors facing the covered pergola patio…

  25. why so many say so expensive? it's seattle. location matters. and square footage isn't a good way to measure a house's value. 300,000 gets you ghetto in nyc w/drugs and addicts, while other states a dollar goes further. maybe your place is cheap cause it sucks and no one wants to live there, hence low demand?

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