Might the distorted photos show how the square footage grew from HCAD’s record (576 sq. ft.) to what it says in this cozy cottage’s listing (653 sq. ft.)? Playful and a bit mind-bending, the panoramic views focus on the innards of the updated 1944-45 home on Art St., located in the Nitsch neighborhood near the Hardy Toll Road and W. Little York. Twist this way for a dizzying array of space-defying images:
Watch out for that bi-level toilet bowl:
This funhouse view of one of the 2 bedrooms (each measures 10 ft. by 10 ft.) shows a happy bedside table:
The carport gets to stretch a bit as well — as it arcs over the driveway’s terminus:
The 8,568 sq. ft. lot also has a yard-marooned garage. Built less than 5 years ago, it looks like it’s still holding true to its perpendiculars:
The home was listed a month ago and has a $90,000 asking price.
- 11609 Art St. [HAR]
Geeze that’s even smaller than the smallest apartment I’ve lived in. Prospective buyers will be way disappointed when they walk up to the property without their swimming goggles on.
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Happy endtable is happy.
This is what happens when amateurs confuse “fisheye” with “wide-angle”