Thin may be on its way out in the fashion industry, but it’s apparently very much in demand in the housing market.
Last week, one of Vancouver’s rare ‘thin homes’ – which is just 12 feet wide – sold for $1.35 million.
Built in 1987, it’s one of about 60 thin homes that were built on half-sized lots and is believed to be the last of its kind. The lot size is 16 feet by 122 feet.
The split-level home on West 15th Avenue in Point Grey has a floor space of around 945 square feet. It houses one and a half bathrooms, a master bedroom, kitchen, living room, den, and a garage throughout its four levels.
Despite its cute, dollhouse-like feel, the property is complete with luxury modern finishes and landscaping.
One thing’s for sure: these properties definitely redefine what it means to “live lean.”
Photo Credit: Private Property Realty