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This Itty Bitty House For Sale In Toronto Is Almost $1 Million (PHOTOS)

Yep, sounds just like Toronto. ๐Ÿ™ƒ

Another day, another teeny tiny house for sale in Toronto with a not-so teeny tiny price tag. Nestled in the Eglinton West-Caledonia area of the city, this property might actually be larger than it looks. It has two bedrooms and a "spacious" backyard.

The listing describes the neighbourhood as "family-oriented" and near all kinds of amenities, including the highway and a large park.

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The house is also conveniently located next to the Caledonia-Eglinton subway station, coming in 2022.

The basement can be used for renting, according to the listing. The future owner of this home can even put up a second story for additional living space.

The driveway can fit two cars and the backyard comes with its own fruit trees.ย 

Interior photos of the home show that while it may be a snug fit, you can certainly live comfortably here with a roommate or as a small family.ย 

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The home has two bathrooms, one of which has a brand new toilet. All appliances are included as well, including a washer and dryer.

From the photos of the house, you might be reminded of a similar Toronto home that went up for sale this summer.

The downtown property, which hardly looks bigger than a tool shed, sold for nearly double the asking price at $1,808,000.

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For that kind of money, you could snap up a giant private island compound in Ontario for you and all your friends, with an extra million to spare.

However, if you aren't willing to part with the big city, you might want to scoop this house while it's still under $1.8 million.

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Caledonia Two-Bedroom House

Price: $900,000

Address: 538 McRoberts Ave., Toronto, Ontario

Description: This cozy little house has two bedrooms and two baths, and is conveniently located near malls, parks, and transit.

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