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708 Sq. Ft. Olympia Bungalow, Washington | Amazing Small House Design Ideas

This is a 708 sq. ft. little cottage that’s for sale in Olympia, Washington.
It was originally built in 1937 and is listed for $174,500 on Redfin.

Olympia, WA
Built in 1937
Thurston County
Eastside Olympia
708 sq. ft.
1 bed
1 bath
Listing Summary
Charming bungalow in the popular Eastside neighborhood near Lions Park and Downtown Olympia! Updated home features an open new kitchen w/ granite slab counters, decorative backsplash, island w/ eating bar, SS appliances. Living room has a cozy free standing wood burning fireplace. Full bath w/ beautiful tile surround tub, granite counters/backsplash, separate utility. Brand new roof, laminate, carpet floors, interior/exterior paint. Convenient location and desirable Olympia Schools. Come see today!

Photos via Redfin

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  1. When did it become popular to not have closet doors anymore? And what is the room with the water heater? Is that another bedroom with no closet doors? Very poor kitchen layout with stove next to the wall.. and is the frig to go in the living room? Put the walls back.

  2. I wish all these house tours showed a floor plan so one could see how rooms relate to each other!

  3. and what is that room with the hot water tank. it has a huge opening and no door to close it off.

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  5. You have a good idea, we are looking in this area for ideas for a bungalow… I just am not seeing space for the refrigerator?? It may look odd in the front room area, I think that is the only drawback. Someone didn't think about the kitchen in it's entirely??

  6. whats with the room with the water heater stuffed in the corner in full view ??? thats weird.

  7. Really cute little place, but where is the refrigerator? I watched carefully but didn't see one!

  8. Seems to be the design faze these days to remove the kitchen wall (and storage cupboards) to open up to one large space. Some folks like that, just not me. Nice little place, and nice to have a sunny front yard with room to garden.