454 square feet in Kalorama.
Based on the size of a few listings to recently hit the market, micro-units could indeed turn out to be the housing trend of the future in DC. But sometimes just a bit more space is needed to make a homeowner feel comfortable.
However, micro-unit and small space lovers should take note of the efficient layout. In 454 square feet, there is room for a galley kitchen, a small dining area and even a walk-in closet. The sacrifice comes in the living room/bedroom area where there is room for a full bed. So, the ideal buyer would be someone who is fashion conscious, but doesn’t mind the fact that a Queen or King may not work out. (Of course, a buyer could always sacrifice living room space for a larger sleeping space.)
The layout of the home and more photos below.
Photos courtesy of HomeVisit.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/efficiency_454_squre_feet/8093
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