What I have yet to see in the Times is something like this.
Readers, I bring you the smallest house in Brooklyn. Located near the intersection of Ave T and Van Sicklen, you'll need to watch your head as you duck through the front door. Occupying what used to be a driveway, it's now a one bedroom, one bathroom home that sits on a parcel of land 7.25 feet and 113.67 feet long and has an interior of just under 3oo feet.
The living room, looking toward the front of the house. Notice the slick hardwood floors.
Living room, looking toward the back of the house.
The kitchen. Includes a washer and dryer!
Here's the bedroom. It comes with a Murphy bed, which is a necessity in such a small place. This is what it looks like with the Murphy bed down.
The patio. Big enough for a cookout, though I don't know where you'd put all your neighbors (or your beer?)