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Toronto Home For Sale Is Selling For $700K & It's One Of The Cheapest In The City (PHOTOS)

Looking for an affordable starter Toronto home is a daunting task, but every once in a while something funky comes along.

This spot at 8 Bryant Ave., located in Crescent Town, is a tiny house with a unique look and a whole lot more space than its exterior would suggest.

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The unique detached home is a short walk away from Victoria Park Station and loads of parks, so it's the perfect spot if you love the outdoors. 

It features a gorgeous open concept living and dining room. 

Who doesn't love a fireplace and a cathedral ceiling? It's the perfect spot to cozy up. 

Spend your summers on your back deck, it's the perfect place to host your friends. 

Of course, a home is nothing without a cozy bedroom, which this space has. 

The best part is, this spot is one of the cheapest homes on the market, according to listings through Re/Max. 

Victoria Park Home

Price: $699,000

Address: 8 Bryant Ave., Toronto, ON

Description: A great starter home in the GTA that is actually under $1 million.

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