finishing more improvements, including a high efficiency furnace, One
Hundred and Twenty-Eight Day Avenue was listed for sale in March, 2010 and in
early April, 2010 we found that special individual, or couple, who will
enjoy everything that is The Little House. It is difficult to fully
describe, in words or pictures, what it is like to live in this famous
home. The inner space is warm . . . and bright . . . and comfortable . .
. and quiet . . . and very cozy! Sit on the covered porch and enjoy the
front gardens and the welcoming neighbourhood, as Arthur Weeden and his wife
did many years ago and as many have done so after them. Throw a party,
with no need to disappoint any of your family, friends, or even co-workers -
enter along the brick walkway and past the gardens; onto the covered porch;
through to the foyer, living room, kitchen and bedroom/den (with the Murphy
style full double bed raised!) and onto the patio. Everyone will have
little house envy, but you'll be able to continue to enjoy it when they all go
home! Congratulations, thank you . . . and all the very best!
Little House isn't quite as popular as Kris Allen, Susan Boyle or Adam Lambert,
but if a house could sing . . .
The Little House has it's own song!
"Come Back To Me"
listen to the song on YouTube
"Will Ellen buy the Tiny House?"
Ellen looking for a house in Toronto?"
"This house isn't really
tiny . . . it's a sprawling 300 square feet . . ."
" . . . thinking that it might
be just a great place for a wine tasting - maybe ice wines from Canada . . .
"This [The Little House] is just
darling . . . "
Mary Ehret Holler, Director,
. . . back on the market after months of renovations that could serve as a master class for making the most of a
small space . . ."
Rebecca Dube, The Globe and Mail
"Living on Less"
Colin Campbell and Jason
Kirby, McLean's Magazine
" . . . the home has
amassed quite the Internet presence"
"Toronto's smallest house is back on
" . . . redone inside and out, including
a new decorative window for its gabled roof, hardwood floors, new cabinetry,
appliances, a stone walkway and gardens . . . "
"Toronto's smallest house
is on the market . . . "
"Mad Dog & Billie find out what
this pad is all about . . ."
"Smallest House in Toronto - kicks the
Bay Area's a__"
"Beyond the home's new front door a
narrow hallway leads past a
four-piece bathroom, toward a kitchen that
now includes a stacked washer and dryer, deep porcelain sink and new exhaust
fan. The bedroom, with a bed that can be contained in the built-in
cupboards, abuts a west-facing patio and parking space."
Katie Rook, National Post
"It's amazing how much
bigger it looks. The house offers lessons to all small-space
Kanerva, Professional Home Stager, KatuDesign.com
"Although it is small, it
has everything that you need. If you wanted a place to live in mid-town Toronto for that kind of price, it would be very difficult
to find, except in a condo-loft situation. This can give you that feeling,
but it also gives you a front garden, a beautiful rear patio and parking right
Ruggiero, Sutton Group Realtor
TheLittleHouse.ca, 2007 - 2012