Look familiar? Two weeks after its smaller look-alike housing unit appeared on the market, this bigger-by-a-bedroom version finishing up right next door listed for a bit more. And speaking of doors, this mini-mod’s entry is cool blue instead of the cheery yellow one marking its neighbor. Other differences include the roofline’s wider wingspan — to accommodate a broader, shorter driveway that bumps against that extra room downstairs.
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Otherwise, the $210,000 home by Lucy Modern Dwelling and Studio 8M Architecture presents with the same rain-screen siding, eco-conscious fittings, modern design elements, and locale — on a 2,200-sq.-ft. lot a block from the new Southeast rail line — as its scooped-up (the status of the other listing is now marked “pending”) doppelganger next door.
The larger 1,161-sq.-ft. home is unfinished, according to its listing. Its entryway (above) appears to be only as deep as the front door when opened, and it lands at the foot of the staircase (at right), which has oak treads. Downstairs, the all-in-one living space is open to the kitchen; the image below, though, may have been cribbed from the listing for the house next door — it shows a yellow front door:
The home has 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms:
The master bedroom and its double-vanity bathroom are upstairs:
Also on the second floor is this slant-ceiling top-of-the-staircase space, described as a storage room: