Toronto home with a TOILET in the BEDROOM goes on sale for $2 million

Super-narrow Toronto house with a TOILET in the BEDROOM goes on sale for $2 million, leaving the internet baffled

  • An eccentric home in the heart of Canada has hit the market for $1.95 million and offers guests a very strange feature: a toilet at the foot of the room.
  • The Toronto home spans over 1,693 square feet and has caught the attention of bewildered social media users due to its quirky feature.
  • Described as a “unique, modern creation” in its listing, the three-story custom home is one of the narrowest homes on the market, and it surely makes the most of every inch of space.
  • It has a total of three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and three kitchens, but its most surprising features are its pencil-thin shape and its strange toilet that is located in one of the bedrooms.
  • Despite its narrow construction, the home includes a surprising amount of living space and features a basement and private rooftop deck for sweeping views of downtown Toronto.

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An eccentric home in the heart of Canada has hit the market for $1.95 million and offers guests a very rare feature: a bathroom at the foot of the room.

The Toronto home spans over 1,693 square feet and has caught the attention of bewildered social media users due to its quirky feature.

Described as a ‘unique and modern creation’ in its listthe three-story custom home is one of the narrowest homes on the market, sure to take advantage of every inch of space.

An eccentric home in the heart of Canada has gone on the market for $1.95 million and offers guests a very strange feature: a toilet at the foot of the room.

The Toronto home, complete with a quirky feature, spans more than 1,693 square feet and has caught the attention of bewildered social media users.

The Toronto home, complete with a quirky feature, spans more than 1,693 square feet and has caught the attention of bewildered social media users.

The custom built home is one of the narrowest homes on the market, surely taking advantage of every inch of space as the owner even put a toilet in one of the bathrooms.

The custom built home is one of the narrowest homes on the market, surely taking advantage of every inch of space as the owner even put a toilet in one of the bathrooms.

It has a total of three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and three kitchens, but its most surprising features are its pencil-thin shape and its strange toilet found in one of the bedrooms.

It has a total of three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and three kitchens, but its most surprising features are its pencil-thin shape and its strange toilet found in one of the bedrooms.

The minuscule width house is 53 feet long and resembles a shiny black shipping container, with a striking tangerine-colored door leading into the industrial house.

The minuscule width house is 53 feet long and resembles a shiny black shipping container, with a striking tangerine-colored door leading into the industrial house.

It has a total of three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and three kitchens, but its most surprising features are its pencil-thin shape and its strange toilet that is located in one of the bedrooms.

The minuscule width house is 53 feet long and resembles a shiny black shipping container, with a striking tangerine-colored door leading into the industrial house.

Despite its cramped construction, the home has an impressive amount of living space and features a basement and private rooftop deck for sweeping views of downtown Toronto.

The list also notes that the advantage of a narrow house is that it is “exceptionally durable and low-maintenance.”

But there seem to be a few quirks that come with linear living, including a bathroom that’s so small it doesn’t have enough room for a toilet, so it’s invaded the stylish bedroom.

There seem to be a few quirks that come with linear living, including the bathroom not having enough room for the toilet.

Despite its narrow construction, the home includes a surprising amount of living space and features a basement and private rooftop deck for sweeping views of downtown Toronto.

Despite its narrow construction, the home includes a surprising amount of living space and features a basement and private rooftop deck for sweeping views of downtown Toronto.

Salesman and designer Glen Donaldson, 56, of Atlanta, is known for his ambitious designs that often feature cramped constructions because he likes

Salesman and designer Glen Donaldson, 56, of Atlanta, is known for his ambitious designs that often feature cramped constructions because he likes “the aesthetic

The list points out that there are some advantages to linear living, adding that the narrow house is

The listing notes that there are some advantages to linear living, adding that the narrow house is “exceptionally durable and low-maintenance.”

When a video of the property was shared on TikTok, viewers couldn't believe their eyes and flooded the comments section with jokes about the unique home.

When a video of the property was shared on TikTok, viewers couldn’t believe their eyes and flooded the comments section with jokes about the unique home.

The eccentric home offers modern touches with orange accents or furnishings throughout.

The seller and designer, Glen Donaldson56, from Atlanta, is known for his ambitious designs that often feature cramped builds because he said he likes ‘the aesthetic.’

And the strange feature of the house certainly caught the attention of many social media users.

When a video of the property was shared with tik tok by real estate agent @realtor.nero, viewers couldn’t believe their eyes and flooded the comments section with jokes about the unique house.

One user said: ‘The ‘can you get out of my way’ house.

Another added: “I’ve never laughed so hard in my life.”

‘Lmao if my real estate agent says ‘I have something your family will love’ and shows me a bedside toilet I’m freaking out,’ another person wrote.

While other users were quick to point out the high price, one user said the price was outrageous for “half the house” and another added that he would have to walk “single file” in the house.

Another user called it the “cheapest aisle”.

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