That's a little work nook the owners have squeezed into the bump-out. You've probably noticed the rug palette already. The open risers on the stairs help the narrow space feel airy.The stair landing is pictured at right.
Two bedrooms and a bathroom are on the third level. The bathroom doors appears to slide rather than swing open and closed, another space-saving device. You can already glimpse the black-and-white tile.
Look up for a moment and you'll see what Lewis calls a "rooftop escape hatch" leading to what he optimistically envisions as a future deck.
The stair railing frames a view toward downstairs, which avoids slicing the narrow space into an even skinnier sliver. (Still, just for the record: Personally I'd find that railing unsettling. I suspect its insubstantial feel would induce vertigo, whether or not the railing framed a pane of glass.)
You can glimpse the larger of the home's two bedrooms there at the end of the corridor. Let's take a look. Click to the next page.