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If It Has to Be Tiny, It Should Be This Kind of Tiny

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This one-bedroom condo in Chinatown may only be 809 square feet, but it's a pretty charming 809 square feet. The exposed brick, the way the rooms (so to speak) are divided, the wood moldings and floors are all appealing, and it's sold with everything included, from TV to sheets to spatulas. The idea of simply walking in somewhere, burdened by nothing, is a stock fantasy of the tiny house movement. The catch here is that there is basement storage, which means you could, in theory, hold on to your skinny pants. And you're going to live right next door to Shanghai Bazaar, which, until it's sold, will tempt you to buy all kinds of things you don't need.

Size: 1 bed, 1 bath, 809 square feet
Price: $174,900
Extras: Front desk attendant, on-site bike room.
Extra-extra: Location is amazing, convenient to everything, and to bok choy in particular.
· Listing: 1010 Race Street #6E [Prudential Fox & Roach/Keough-Phan Team]
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