I am making a significant departure from the typical homes featured on this blog. Today, it is time to pay tribute to a tiny house in my town. It has two bedrooms, one bath and a one-car garage. The home was built in the mid-1950s. It has been for sale or for rent several times over the years. Many homes that were larger and more substantial have fallen to the developers, and every time I’d see a “for sale” sign in the yard, I would think the house would soon bite the dust. For one reason or another, this little house remains, a little time capsule unto itself. It was recently purchased, treated to a fresh coat of paint and received some interior updates.
In these days of mega McMansions, it is nice to know that in a neighborhood full of three-story lot eaters, a family can still live in, and be happy in, one little house.