Not exactly a tiny house though still as adorable and efficiently proportioned as one, this baby bungalow in Portland features not one, but two whole bedrooms, in addition to a living room and an eat-in kitchen—all on a petite 586-square-foot floorplan.
Built in 1905 and updated since, the red, farmhouse-like dwelling boasts plenty of character, including large windows, a wood-burning stove, and gambrel ceilings. There’s even plenty of outdoor space, thanks to a covered front porch and a sizable fenced-in backyard.
There, a tiny shed with extended pavilion provides additional storage space, while, in the front yard, a tiny free library adds a little whimsy.
If you’ve ever considered living in Portland, this property might just be the starter home for you. Located at 1423 Southeast Marion Street in the neighborhood of Sellwood—and just blocks from the Willamette River, it’s offered at a not-so-tiny price tag of $309,000. Better hop to it, as the median sale price of homes in Portland continues to rise.