I am sure you must not be ignorant about the Toronto’s Little House featuring one-bedroom, one-bathroom house installed on the packet of land 7.25 feet (2.2 meters) wide and 113.67 feet (34.6 meters) long. Positioned on the junction of Dufferin Street and Rogers Road, the internal geography of the house is spread over 300 square feet and has lately got much-demanded renovation.
Constructed in 1912, it was a favorite abode for Toronto contractor Arthur Weedan and his wife for 20 long years. The compact kitchen comprise of folding stands, chairs and other fittings. It features the plummet stone entrance hall, modernized kitchen with contemporary stove, novel cabinets and latest stacked washer/dryer, bedroom with must-have Murphy bed, walk-out to fenced patio, two satellite dishes and handset and also offers parking for two cars. If by now I have managed to convince you then you can buy one at a drop of $172,000. Well, my mission wasn’t to entice you but to share my personal experience.
Gallery: Toronto’s Little House