Not many micro homes find a way to span two stories, but a Home Park bungalow dating back to 1920 takes little-living vertical. With a mere 650 square feet, this pad's two-story arrangement is pretty unique (note: a loft accessed via a steep staircase). While the interior is a bit dark, serving to amplify the feeling of tininess, the home does have a large deck overlooking the tree-filled backyard, which could help stave off cabin fever. Sitting just off Hemphill Avenue, between Georgia Tech and the Westside Provisions District, the property is well-situated for walkability to the restaurants along Howell Mill Road. For those who dig intown micro-living, but are looking for a little more personality than a high-rise condo, this baby bungalow could fit the bill. And the bill is $172,900.
· 1022 Curran Street [Zillow]