This Entire Home Can Fit Inside The Average Kitchen

One of Toronto’s best-known little secrets is the pocket neighborhood on Craven Road. But it’s the Little House, reportedly Toronto’s tiniest home, that perpetually grabs the spotlight.

28 thoughts on “This Entire Home Can Fit Inside The Average Kitchen”

  1. I was in this house during Kay shafers Toronto workshop. It wasn’t bad. Long and narrow, but efficient!

  2. Woodrow E. McNair

    Looks like they plopped it on someone’s driveway. How do you get the car out?

  3. It might fit in a kitchen, but it doesn’t look like it made it down that walkway! j/j’ing. I agree with Stan Schroder, a number of the areas in this country I would like to live have minimal size limits. That’s really lame.

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