For $750k, you can buy a three-story detached home in downtown Toronto, but there’s a tiny issue – it’s just eight-feet wide.
The house, located at 383 Shuter Street in Regent Park, is one of the narrowest living spaces in Toronto with the walls brushing against the property lines.
The house includes two bedrooms, three bathrooms, a sauna and common living spaces.
With an estimated 1,000-square feet of usable space, the home incorporates six levels — plus a basement — and boasts ceilings ranging from eight to 10 feet in height. There are also balconies facing north and south, a rear deck and a garden.
What were some of the smallest dwellings you lived in? How did you make it work? What is the bare minimum square footage you could live in?