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If you're looking for a Toronto home that doesn't feel like a shoebox, this might be the spot for you. 

10 Meadow Ave., located in Birchcliffe-Cliffside, is a compact house that offers a surprising amount of comfort and space.

Editor's Choice: You Now Need To Make Nearly $130K A Year To Comfortably Afford A Home In Toronto

While the outside may look tiny, it's important to remember that you should never judge a book by its cover. 

The property is full of cute spaces, including its front sunroom that offers dreamy summer-reading vibes.

The house's cozy, modern living area is perfect for aspiring minimalists.

The kitchen is so cute that it will have you swearing-off takeout forever.

You can even watch the sunset from the master bedroom balcony.

And if you're still working from home, this spot even comes with its own office space. 

Tiny Toronto Home

Price: $899,000

Address: 10 Meadow Ave., Toronto, ON

Description: The perfect home for the modern minimalist.

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