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Toronto’s Tiniest House

"Built in 1912, 'The Little House' measures 7′ wide and 47′ deep and is Toronto’s smallest home. The builder and well-known contractor Arthur Weeden built the home on what was originally intended to be a laneway to the neighboring house. The laneway was never built so Mr. Weeden built the tiny house and lived in it with his wife for 20+ years with a little garden behind the tiny house where they grew veggies and flowers. The house was almost completely renovated in 2007. What’s great about this home is that is makes use of a space that would have been otherwise wasted.…"

1 comment :

James said...

Howdy Lloyd,

Speaking of tiny homes, I was surprised you weren't part of this story!

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