An old two-storey house in Toronto’s west end needs some work–for one thing, it’s completely crooked.
Despite this, it has been listed for $688,000, described as a fixer-upper.
The house is on Shaw Street, which was built on what used to be a creek and gravel pit.
Should a home with many obvious problems like this be put on the market? Should the house be a lot cheaper given the costs needed to renovate it?