Tiny houses as depicted on HGTV tend to look like glorified sheds or shipping containers and can be hauled to any old back yard with a patient land owner. By contrast, these homes are among the smallest one-bedroom properties in Philadelphia — each at less than 1,100 square feet —  are also permanently moored to some of the toniest addresses in town. They also boast some of the biggest listing prices. 2101 Market St. #801 $539,900  Monthly taxes: $50  Tell me all about it: Not only does the Murano feature enough amenities — a lovely pool, deeded parking, and a storage locker all included — to forget your condo is a shoebox, but the location is enviable. In this unit, we also love the balcony and the super spacious walk-in closet. 400-26 S. Broad St. #1403 $525,000  Monthly taxes: $564  Tell me all about it: This property packs a lot of luxury into 948 square feet. The chef’s kitchen features granite counters, stainless-steel appliances and custom light fixtures. The single (master) suite boasts a walk-in closet and a marble bath. The building itself has lots of great features, too: pool and sauna, a resident wine cellar, and in-house catering. 1414 S. Penn Square Unit 11C  $740,000 Monthly taxes: $43  Tell me all about it: Hello, luxury. A Ritz Carlton address includes valet parking, as well as ultra concierge services such as chauffeured car, housekeeping, and laundry. Building amenities include a high-end fitness center, private gardens and private wine storage lockers. This property specifically boasts 10-foot ceilings, Brazilian cherry floors and Sub-Zero appliances to boot. Real Estate ToolsLooking for a new home? Search Philadelphia real estate »Browse Recent Home Sales »Compare Philadelphia mortgage rates » We encourage respectful comments but reserve the right to delete anything that doesn't contribute to an engaging dialogue Help us moderate this thread by flagging comments that violate our guidelines Commenting policy | Comments FAQ Comment policy: Philly.com comments are intended to be civil, friendly conversations. Please treat other participants with respect and in a way that you would want to be treated. You are