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

Super narrow Toronto home 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 it offers guests a very bizarre feature – a toilet at the foot of the bedroom 
  • The Toronto home spans over 1,693 square feet and has been catching the attention of baffled social media users due to its quirky feature 
  • Described as a ‘unique and modern creation’ on its listing , the custom-built, three-story home is one of the narrowest houses on the market, and it surely makes use of every inch of space 
  • It features a total of three bedrooms, four bathrooms and three kitchens, but it’s most surprising features are its pencil-thin shape and its bizarre toilet that sits in one of the bedrooms 
  • Despite its narrow construct, the home packs a shocking amount of living space and features a basement and a private rooftop deck for scenic 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 it offers guests a very bizarre feature – a toilet at the foot of the bedroom. 

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

Described as a ‘unique and modern creation’ on its listing, the custom-built, three-story home is one of the narrowest houses on the market, and it surely makes use of every inch of space. 

An eccentric home in the heart of Canada has hit the market for $1.95 million and offers guests a very bizarre feature – a toilet at the foot of the bedroom

The Toronto home, which comes complete with a quirky feature, spans over 1,693 square feet and has been catching the attention of baffled social media users

The Toronto home, which comes complete with a quirky feature, spans over 1,693 square feet and has been catching the attention of baffled social media users

The custom-built home is one of the narrowest homes on the market, it surely makes use of every inch of space as the owner even put a toilet one of the bathrooms

The custom-built home is one of the narrowest homes on the market, it surely makes use of every inch of space as the owner even put a toilet one of the bathrooms

It features a total of three bedrooms, four bathrooms and three kitchens, but it's most surprising features are its pencil-thin shape and its bizarre toilet that sits one of the bedrooms

It features a total of three bedrooms, four bathrooms and three kitchens, but it’s most surprising features are its pencil-thin shape and its bizarre toilet that sits one of the bedrooms

The miniscule-width home is 53-ft-long and resembles a glossy black shipping container, with a eye-catching tangerine door that leads into the industrial home

The miniscule-width home is 53-ft-long and resembles a glossy black shipping container, with a eye-catching tangerine door that leads into the industrial home

It features a total of three bedrooms, four bathrooms and three kitchens, but it’s most surprising features are its pencil-thin shape and its bizarre toilet that sits in one of the bedrooms. 

The miniscule-width home is 53-ft-long and resembles a glossy black shipping container, with an eye-catching tangerine door that leads into the industrial home. 

Despite its narrow construct, the home packs a shocking amount of living space and features a basement and a private rooftop deck for scenic views of downtown Toronto. 

The listing also notes that the upside of a narrow home is that its ‘exceptionally durable and low maintenance.’ 

But there seem to be a few quirks that come along with linear living, including one bathroom that is so small it doesn’t having enough room for the toilet, so instead, it has encroached the otherwise elegant bedroom.

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

Despite its narrow construct, the home packs a shocking amount of living space and features a basement and a private rooftop deck for scenic views of downtown Toronto

Despite its narrow construct, the home packs a shocking amount of living space and features a basement and a private rooftop deck for scenic views of downtown Toronto

The seller and designer Glen Donaldson , 56, from Atlanta, is known for his ambitious designs which often feature narrow constructs because he likes 'the aesthetic

The seller and designer Glen Donaldson , 56, from Atlanta, is known for his ambitious designs which often feature narrow constructs because he likes ‘the aesthetic

The listing notes that there are a few upsides of linear living, adding that the narrow home is 'exceptionally durable and low maintenance'

The listing notes that there are a few upsides of linear living, adding that the narrow home is ‘exceptionally durable and low maintenance’

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

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

The eccentric home provides modern touches with pops or orange-colored furniture throughout.

The seller and designer, Glen Donaldson, 56, from Atlanta, is known for his ambitious designs which often feature narrow constructs because he said he likes ‘the aesthetic.’ 

And the home’s bizarre feature certainly caught the eye of many social media users. 

When a video of the property was shared to TikTok by realtor @realtor.nero, viewers couldn’t believe their eyes and flooded the comments section with jokes regarding the unique home. 

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 realtor says “I have something your family will love” and shows me a toilet next to the bed I’m going crazy,’ wrote a different person. 

While other users were quick to point out the high price tag, with one user saying the price was outrageous for ‘half of house’ and another adding that you would have to walk ‘single file’ in the home. 

Another user called it the ‘cheapest hallway.’ 

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