“Ceilings are quite tall downstairs, mainly for my brother’s sake. He’s six-foot-three. He didn’t want to hit his head.
“I sacrificed height in the loft but gave him more height downstairs. Living space versus sleeping space.”
Inside, there’s tongue-and-groove pine panelling and cabinets, and cork flooring radiates comfort with modern flair. Zachary Hamlyn boasts the 30-inch flatscreen TV can be seen from “pretty much anywhere in the house,” from the loft to the kitchen to the toilet — a honey bucket with a wooden toilet seat.
The house’s footprint sits at a mere 160 square feet — 232 square feet of space, including the loft.
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