I saw these written up in Cottage Living. I could see wanting this if I were 20 something or younger. I'm all for the not-so-big-house and the boat type living (especially built-ins), but I've lived with a loft that small before... been there, done that. Still I suppose if as a parent, you wanted to buy your kids a house, well, there you go. :)
Me like, me like.I would suggest burrowing into the website and see the stationary houses they have - nicely designed and small to boot.
Cute, but I bet you could buy a mansion in Flint for less. I know that's not the point, but still...
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