Meanwhile, the Towson LLC flipped the Sparks farmhouse in December, snagging $220,000. The new owner: Kara Mejia, a 51-year-old self-described natural health and wellness advocate, Whole Foods cook, and motivational speaker. She bought the teeny-1,004 square feet, including the basement-one-and-a-half storys 1934 "microhouse," as she calls it, "as is," moving in this past March. Mejia replaced the roof, knocked out walls, painted the exterior, and bailed water out of a finished basement. Next step: paint the interior. And if she can swing it, at some point in the future she plans to build an all-new microhouse on the grounds.