Welcome to Curbed's first-ever Micro Week, five days' worth of stories, photos, and minuscule floorplans that celebrate the grand tradition of small-space living. We'll tour small homes, explore the city's smallest neighborhood, and so much more!
Outrageous mansions with tens of thousands of square feet of living space are fun to gawk at and hard to ignore, but what about the other (and more attainable) end of the spectrum—what about really small houses? We've combed the greater Los Angeles area in search of the smallest houses for sale right now, and mapped out the best-looking ones and those with the most potential. From airy Mid-Century domiciles in Echo Park to arty Venice bungalows, all are under 885 square feet, but their prices range vastly, from less than $300,000 to nearly $2.6 million. That pricey residence is also our smallest, at just 454 square feet; is it worth it?
· Micro Week 2015 [Curbed LA]