An ADU with plenty of tricks
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The three-bedroom house features soaring 30-foot ceilings and the church’s original stained glass windows in the living room.
The first section of the porch-filled home was constructed 164 years ago—before Minnesota was a state.
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The home centers around an almost labyrinthian outdoor space, complete with a shallow pool, narrow walkway, and angled nooks.
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The visual separation is also a functional decision: The architects wanted to build two houses in one.
The space features "imperfect" materials like off-textured plaster on the walls and oxidized bronze.
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The soaring main living area features a glass wall that leads out onto a deck with a narrow pool and plenty of lush plants filling the backyard.
Located near San Diego, this elaborate Victorian looks like a real life dollhouse set down in a laidback tropical paradise.
The split-level layout manages to create both moments of intimacy and openness.
Happier Camper’s brand new 2020 Traveler features an integrated bathroom and kitchenette for more space while traveling.
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A new Harvard report finds that the market is appealing to well-heeled renters, with middle-income renters feeling the squeeze.
Set of six laws tackle homelessness, public housing, housing assistance, and speculation.