Toronto’s Itty Bitty Tiny House with a Big Price

Tiny House for SaleA client sent me information and photos of the smallest house in Toronto, Canada this week. She knew I have a thing for tiny houses, and she said this one should be right up my alley. The house, purchased for $139,000 last year (according to a report from Reuters), has recently been revamped and is now back on the market for $179,900.

It boasts (or should I say “whispers”?) 300 square feet of living space with a tiny back patio. If small living is your thing, this might be your next house!

The listing includes this information:

* Completely re-done top-to-bottom, front-to-back!
* Tumbled stone entrance walk
* Renovated Bath
* Renovated Kitchen with newer stove, new cabinets and new stacked washer/dryer
* Bedroom with Murphy Bed + ‘Built-Ins’ … (doubles as a den)!
* Walk-out to fenced patio
* 100 Amp service
* 2 Satellite Dishes and Receiver
* Window Air Conditioner Available

Tiny Living Room

A view of the living room in the tiny house looking from the back of the home toward the front door.

Living room - Working with small spaces

Living room viewed from the front door toward the kitchen.

Kitchen - including washer and dryer units

The minuscule kitchen manages to cover all the basics (although I’m still wondering where the refrigerator is stashed) work in a stacked washer/dryer unit!

Small Bedroom with Murphy Bed

The bedroom includes a Murphy bed, which must be put away to walk to the back door.

Bedroom with Murphy bed up

Here’s the bedroom, looking from the back door toward the kitchen, when the bed is put away.

Patio from the back door of small house

A view of the patio area from the back door.

Patio out back of teeny house

Looking at the back door of the house from the far side of the patio.

Don’t you just love the sight of a beautifully polished tiny space? I know I do. Only one question remains… where’s the teeny little bathroom?

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