One of the city’s quirkiest homes has just gone on the market to the tune of $750,000.
Toronto’s narrowest detached home, located at 383 Shuter St. in Cabbagetown, features two bedrooms, three bathrooms, a sauna, and a finished basement within its cozy walls. It’s width is just about eight feet.
Speaking to 640’s Bill Carroll, listing agent Frank Leo describes the historic property. “It was built in 1890, and they wouldn’t allow this kid of building today because it has about zero clearance on one side and about six inches on the other side.”
He says it was a one-story when it was built, bought by an architect who put the second and third level on top of it around 40 years ago.
Despite the narrow width, Leo says it’s surprisingly spacious and well lit, boasting tempered glass, a walk out balcony, and much of it is open concept. It also has a finished basement and a sauna.
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