Opinions on 1 double door vs 2 single doors for my garage
We're looking to build a garage on to the back of our lot in our Urban, Downtown area. The garage will face a small side street that is rarely traveled. The lot is NARROW at a staggering 25', so that's the most we have to use for a two-car garage.
We'll have an entry door and then enough room for two cars. So, what do you think? Do we squeeze two 9' doors in there, which is more aesthetically pleasing as well as the entry door? (This idea doesn't leave much for space between cars or on the walls.) Or, do we make it more economical and add some space on the sides for storage by puting one 18' door in?
We have 1 SUV (Nissan Xterra) and 1 sedan, so no big trucks. However, I'd like to have as much room as possible and not have to worry with squeezing in and out.
So, even though it's not as pretty, do we just do one big ole door since hardly anyone sees it?
Thanks for any opinions in advance.