Small is the new big when it comes to micro-living.
If you think a tiny home would crimp your way of life, check this out. We found three weensy abodes that feel like much larger homes. The trick is that each place maximizes space to compliment the resident’s lifestyle.
1. A home that doesn’t skimp on traditional elements
This 500-sq.-ft. home was built in Vancouver by SmallWorks Studios. Despite its diminutive size, this mini-mansion was designed with plenty of traditional elements that make it feel like a much larger home. It packs a sleek small kitchen, a bedroom balcony, and a one-car garage.
Plus, its tiny footprint helps it be energy efficient.
We have a Bushrod Listings on the market:
by Amy Anderson
Mukund Bhagavan and his wife, Jacqueline, have listed for sale a three-bedroom, two-bath condo at 4005 Mission St. in Bernal Heights for $575,000.
Mr. Bhagavan paid $727,000 for the 1,551-square-foot Unit #1 in Aug. 2005. Jeff Grenz of Erik Berry and Associates is the listing agent for the property.
Mr. Bhagavan is an entrepreneur currently serving as a CEO in the Bay Area. He most recently served as director of products at hi5 Networks, an operator of a social network in Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Prior to that, he served as a strategy manager at Active Hotels. Earlier on, he was a product manager at BeVocal and a software architect at Fort Point Partners.
He attended Aarhus University and the University of Illinois.