Thursday, April 15, 2010

Small carbon footprint, only $179,000 Canadian

It's known as "the littlest house" in Toronto. At just 312 square feet, the nearly 100-year-old house is for sale for about $179,000. "It's a great condo alternative for someone who's never owned anything," real estate agent Antonio Nardi told the National Post. "Instead of buying a space in a building, they can actually own real property, a piece of land even though it's smaller." From ABC News Money 4/14/10 (Courtesy The Little House)

Posted by Kathy Meeh

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