This tiny house is "A Laneway House For A Young Family," in the perfect location close to schools and shopping. This tiny house feels spacious and modern inside, with practical storage solutions, making the tiny space feel uncluttered and bright.
Laneway house specialist Lanefab Design/Build was responsible for both the design and construction of this nicely done tiny house. They created a small house with two bedrooms in 800 square feet of living space. The lower level is one large open room containing all the social spaces. A couple of steps up, the bottom stair landing doubles as the entry, with access from both the front door and the garage. Narrow metal balusters keep the stairs open to the living area. Working within the city’s height and massing constraints, Lanefab was able to tuck the two bedrooms and a bathroom into the gabled roof space. To get a bit more headroom on both levels, the house was dug about a foot and a half into the ground. That still allowed a good view of the park through the tiny home's living area’s sliding glass doors.
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