Multi-Generational or Not
This article showcases an example of a long, narrow, rectangular tear-down home in a pretty high density urban setting. My rule of thumb is that it is more difficult to organize space efficiently in long rectangular dwellings: the inevitable hallways take up a lot of space. We like multi-generational living and live/work settings too. We don't know the details of this home's bathroom design and other areas. One glaring problem: interior stairs really make this home difficult for lifelong use without adding a ramp.
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