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What is a “casita” in architecture, and what would you use this one for? (see link)?

I’m looking at this floorplan, and I’m trying to figure out what this room they call a “casita” would be used for.

http://details.coolhouseplans.com/details.html?pid=chp-38152&FoundID=96&sid=chp2&ordercode=C101

I know it means “little house”, but I still don’t see what you would use this one for.

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3 Responses to “What is a “casita” in architecture, and what would you use this one for? (see link)?”

  1. Cam said:

    A guest room or a mother-in-law room

    Or a home office

  2. bushmaster8 said:

    I agree with answer one, AND additionally, that type of semidetached room with its own bathroom is also used as a servant’s quarters as for a nanny, cook, or housekeeper.

  3. Walter Tracey said:

    I may revisit later on to check out out your additional posts.




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