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    While much less expensive than the same square footage in New York, it's still a pretty penny for a small space. Toronto’s Little House, a one-bedroom, one-bathroom house located on a piece of land that's 7.25 feet (2.2 meters) wide and 113.67 feet (34.6 meters) long, features an interior of just under 300 square feet (under 28 square meters).
    Intrigued? Well, today's your lucky day, because the smallest house in Toronto is for sale. The Little House was built in 1912 and occupied for twenty years by Toronto contractor Arthur Weedan and his wife. The diminutive property was originally a driveway. Bought and renovated earlier this year, the kitchen includes space-saving measures such as a folding table and chairs. Other features include the tumbled stone entrance walk, renovated kitchen with newer stove, new cabinets, and new stacked washer/dryer. The bedroom has (of course) a Murphy bed, walk-out to fenced patio, two satellite dishes and receiver, and parking for two cars. It's all yours for C$173,000 (US $172,000).






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    I live up the street from this house, 2 midgets currently live there. It really is tiny, you almost miss it if you blink

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    I'm claustrophobic just looking at the pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheeks View Post
    I live up the street from this house, 2 midgets currently live there. It really is tiny, you almost miss it if you blink
    Get outta here! Midgets? How fitting!

    I've seen apartments smaller than this, but they were usually huge houses (Victorians in San Fran) that had been split up into lots of tiny apartments. It seems so small, might as well be bought by the owners of one of the houses next door so they can just attach it. Or convert it into a garage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by politesse View Post
    I'm claustrophobic just looking at the pics.
    My thoughts exactly.
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    $173 000 for that?! I know: location, location, location, but... $173 000 for that?? Less than 28 square meters, and a yard that is 2.2 meters wide and 34.6 meters long, and they are asking $173 000 for it?

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    You wouldn't be able to put anything in it.
    I couldn't have a house that close to my neighbors, regardless of the size.

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    Where's the bathroom? Do they use a outhouse?

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    Kiss the furniture and most decorative accents bye-bye. I doubt a roll of toilet paper would fit in this house.

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