A tiny 12-foot-wide (3.6 metre) home in Vancouver’s Point Grey neighbourhood that is only slightly wider than a Canada Line train has been sold for $1.35 million.
According to the property listing by realtor Kristy Mattiazzo, the two-storey, 945-square-foot home at 3636 West 15th Avenue sits on a narrow 2,013 square foot lot wedged between two other single-family detached dwellings.
The 1987-built residence might seem like a tight fit, but it is designed with vaulted ceilings and actually consists ample living room for a small family, including one full-bathroom, one half-bathroom, master bedroom, den and full kitchen.
Behind the structure, there is even space for a backyard with a patio, small garden and a single-car garage.
The property was only on the market for seven days before it was snatched up by a buyer, CTV News reports.
The value of the land, located in one of the region’s most sought-after neighbourhoods, was the key factor for the seven-figure price tag.