Inside this posh, 500-square-foot capsule of luxury is white oak flooring, 9-foot ceilings, full bathroom, kitchen, living room, LED efficient lighting and premium sliding glass.
This is tiny. This is glitzy. This is a real estate nugget that can be plopped anywhere. And people, says former Indiana University quarterback Zander Diamont, can’t get enough of these micro luxury homes.
Diamont, along with his business partner and best friend, Jared Amzallag, recently launched the Scottsdale, Arizona-based company Den, which builds the miniature houses.
In the world of real estate development, they’re technically called accessory dwelling units.
So yes, 25-year-old Diamont says, think of them as accessories, the bracelet or necklace to those massive outfits people call homes.