Sold in April and refurbished this summer, Toronto’s smallest house is on the market again!
Built in 1912 and occupied for twenty years by Toronto contractor Arthur Weedan and his wife, the baby bungalow was originally intended to be a driveway.
Located at St. Clair and Dufferin, this little piece of prime real estate sold earlier this spring for a whopping $139,000. Given its spatial challenges—and its price tag—the 300-square foot house is a microcosmic representation of the Toronto real estate market. Over the summer, the house got a fetching facelift—a new kitchen and appliances, stone entrance, Murphy bed, and two satellite dishes—and is now back on the market for $179,900.
Interested in owning a small piece of Toronto’s history? Check the MLS listings.
Photo by Alexandra Samur.