Remember the smallest home in D.C.? How about this slightly larger one room house that had to put its bed into the kitchen? We think we may have found one that's rivaled it: at least in terms of narrowness. The Capitol Hill house is larger but it looks like one enormous hallway and we're pretty sure that the only way it can accommodate two bedrooms is due to its depth. It does have a second floor, so it's not completely cramped. Also, the house has some extremely nice features: a bedroom with a balcony, a large parking space, classy exposed brick and a back patio (complete with large tree that's half as wide as the patio). Still, good luck moving any furniture through there during move-in.
· 142 D Street SE [Estately]