Check out this mean little crib in between some mammoth old buildings in Poland.
The space looks a lot bigger than the exterior would suggest, even with the dark interior. Story and photos here.
It’s a myth that a light or white interior appear more spacious. It is because the dark interior that this tiny place looks larger.
oh, and it was in Oslo, Norway, not in Poland. Still an awesome little house.
Oopsie. I had just been reading about this one in Poland:
and got them confused.
Really cool looking. Itd be dialed if there was a way to get on the roof and if the roof was a green roof with plants and such. I bet that place still costs a lot even though its so small.
Awesome finds Mike. Have you also heard of Tumble Weed Houses – more info herehttp://www.tumbleweedhouses.com/.
Not as lavish for sure, but the price is a good selling point considering the recent economic conditions and unemployment rate (oh how it hit a little too close to home…).
Investors do pay direct and indirect costs.