Just when you thought the city couldn't get any more expensive, a Toronto house for sale is going for $1 million. However, it won't be move-in ready. In fact, the structure actually recently caught on fire and it's unsafe to enter. Talk about a good fixer-upper.
199 Thirtieth St., located in Etobicoke, is a zero-bedroom home that offers a unique opportunity to anyone looking for a chunk of land and nothing else.
According to the listing, the house recently caught fire and you are unable to enter the building for safety reasons. Due to this, the property is being sold for land value only.
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However, just because the house is damaged doesn't mean you will get it for cheap. Currently, the listing is at $999,000.
The destroyed home is in a good location, which might explain the price. The lot is close to Long Branch GO station and offers easy access to the QEW and Highway 427.*
Photos of the property highlight its current gloomy state with a burned-out home, overgrown grass, and metal fencing.
The place isn't hopeless, but it certainly requires a lot of imagination for your next fixer-upper project.
On the bright side, the land has permitted use for a long list of things, so you’ll legally be able to do quite a bit with the property.
This isn't the only tiny home in the 6ix that has made headlines this year.
A super tiny home in the city was recently sold for over $1 million.
Burned Down House
Address: 199 Thirtieth St., Toronto, ON
Description: This demolished home is currently on the market for $1 million.
*This article has been updated.