The Washington Post has a neat article about a seven-foot-wide house in Alexandria, Virginia. Built by a “frustrated bricklayer” in 1830 as a way to keep noisy people and carriages out of the alleyway next to his rowhouse, the property is just 350 square feet in total; its owner uses the tiny home ass a pied-à-terre and as a place to host business associates and out-of-town guests. And since there’s no way you’re not curious, there are a few neat pictures of the interior that really give appropriate scale to the place.