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Must-See: This Tiny Home Is Actually A Duplex

Some locals say it even looks like a tiny wedge of cheese!

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Based on its facade, this lovely property in Seattle looks like your average mobile home but once you step inside, you'll find that you're in for a big surprise. 

Legend has it that the original owner separated with his partner and gave her a slither of land thinking it would be too small for her to use. To spite him, she got creative and built the most talked about house in their neighborhood. The stunning result is a two-storey, Spanish Colonial Revival-inspired home that is 16sqft. wide and over 4sqft. (around 75sqm) in height. It packs two bedrooms, two fully equipped bathrooms, a kitchen, a dining area and three entertainment areas. 

Take a peek inside this interesting property by watching the video below: 

Sources and Photos: Zillow via YouTube, Zillow Blog 

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