Standing tall at nine feet and six inches, the interior feels much roomier than the raw figures would imply, and while the footprint of the home itself is 20 by 16 feet, the terrace isn’t included and as such only adds to the impression of regal amounts of space deliberately worked in to a hyper-economical floorplan.
For the $225 / sq. ft. of value, buyers can expect a detailed layout that includes an especially big bathroom, with designated shower and lavatory spaces, and an open-plan kitchen / living room / bedroom / studio area which boasts enough versatility to be used for whatever the owner sees fit—the latter of which spills out onto the terrace, going some way towards bringing the all-around natural beauty of the surroundings into the property, creating the illusion of still more room.
The company’s process involves a lengthy consultation phase, during which they invite the potential buyer to contribute as much as possible in order to make sure that the end product is as suitable for the location as it is for the future inhabitants.
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