Although they don’t hit the real estate market too often, extremely narrow homes aren’t far from ordinary.
There was a slim and sophisticated three-bedroom residence in Washington, DC, which listed in July for $3.5 million. And then there was a house in Boston that was built “out of spite” thanks to a family feud between brothers in 1890.
All rather narrow and all extremely cool.
Now this detached house in Ontario, Canada can be added to the mix.
The three-bedroom, four-bathroom residence is listed at $1.95 million.
“Excellent opportunity to own a bespoke three story detached home rarely offered in little Portugal,” the listing on Realtor.ca reads. “A unique modern creation that is exceptionally durable and low maintenance. It is currently divided into three separate residential units, each with its own private entrance, but could easily and quickly be converted back into a single family home.
Other features of the house include:
Private roof terrace
close to everything
The house may be “ideal for investors looking to generate high income through short or long-term rental or simply live in the house and rent out 1-2 units,” the listing says.