It might not be as wide or as affordable as your average detached house, but this skinny home in Toronto’s east end boasts some one-of-a-kind design features that add a feeling of spaciousness you wouldn’t expect from such a narrow space.
And this unique Riverdale house that is described as a “modern marvel with four levels of functional minimalism” can be yours for a cool $3 million.
Located quite a ways from the sidewalk on Hamilton Street, near Dundas Street East and Broadview Avenue, the house is tucked away from the street and sandwiched between two other homes.
But don’t let the unorthodox design steer you away. The house is equipped with three bathrooms and three bedrooms, in addition to a stunning kitchen, living room and foyer, giving you so much room for activities.
And don’t worry if you’re way up on the top floor and need to do a load of laundry, there are washers and dryers on both the top and bottom floors (why don’t all homes come like this?)
The house also has fully zoned in-room cooling in addition to heated floors, making it remarkably comfortable in any season.
And don’t let the home’s small size deter you from hosting friends. There is a beautiful terrace located in the front yard, in addition to two balconies overlooking the property, which are perfect for hosting during the warmer months.
So if you have a cool $3 million chilling in the bank and you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind space, you might want to check this listing out for yourself.
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