Narrow house

This Tiny Toronto Home Costs Nearly $2 Million

Set between two full-size homes, this tiny three-bedroom, two-bathroom home is listed at $1,799,000.

It may just be the comparison with its neighbors, but 143 Wolfrey Ave. looks comically small despite being on a 20ft by 120ft lot.

But sometimes good things come in small (expensive) packages because this home is undeniably gorgeous thanks to its head-to-toe renovation.

The living room.

“There’s so much to love about this rare gem of a home,” real estate agent Claudio Cerrito says in the listing.

143 Wolfrey Avenue Toronto

One of the recently renovated bathrooms.

“A stunning, timeless and painstaking renovation that exudes sophistication and meticulous attention to every detail.”

143 Wolfrey Avenue Toronto

The dining room leading to the kitchen.

The ground floor is open concept with a modern design.

143 Wolfrey Avenue Toronto

The kitchen has a glass divider to give a little more space separation but does not block light.

It has a lot of character, especially the dark and brooding kitchen.

143 Wolfrey Avenue Toronto

The chef-worthy kitchen is large enough to also have a dining area.

It has sleek quartz countertops and backsplash, with minimalist cabinetry.

143 Wolfrey Avenue Toronto

The backyard.

The kitchen overlooks the private garden, which in the summer will be a sunny and relaxed place.

143 Wolfrey Avenue Toronto

One of the bedrooms with vaulted ceilings.

The bedrooms are on the second floor and are a decent size for such a cramped house.

143 Wolfrey Avenue Toronto

The primary bedroom.

The master bedroom includes a walk-in closet and overlooks the backyard.

143 Wolfrey Avenue Toronto

The third bedroom with a wallpaper accent wall.

But really, the biggest stunner of this house is the basement.

143 Wolfrey Avenue Toronto

The bar in the basement.

The owners have managed to transform what is usually the least exciting part of a home into a cozy oasis.

143 Wolfrey Avenue Toronto

The family room with a bedroom closed by curtains in the basement.

It comes with a bar, built-in bookcases, and even a cozy sleeping area for guests or naps.

143 Wolfrey Avenue Toronto

Built-in libraries.

This is the second time the house has been put up for sale. It was first released in June last year for $1.8 million, but failed to sell. 143 Wolfrey Avenue Toronto

A side bridge.

That being said, I wouldn’t be surprised if this house sold for over $2 million this time around.