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This miniature one bedroom, one bathroom bungalow, built in 1912, is real and boasts all of 300 square feet of living space in midtown Toronto. The 7-foot bedroom doubles as a den (where the Murphy bed is stowed), and there’s a
spacious but narrow patio in the back. Sold in 2007 for $139,000, it was remodeled and relisted earlier this year for $179,900.

/Users/adamp/Desktop/Stuff for FAR/Magazine Assets/OCT08/images/That'sLife2Florida’s tiniest listing?
At first glance, this one bedroom/one bath home in downtown St. Cloud’s historic district might be mistaken for a playhouse. Built as a single-family property around 1910, the home features 665 square feet of living space that includes a dining/living room and a surprisingly spacious kitchen. A staircase leads to a loft bedroom, with five windows overlooking majestic oaks (for a tree house feel) and the bathroom was obviously an addition when indoor plumbing was installed. But make no mistake about it, this pint-sized cottage has a strong constitution. It weathered the hurricanes of 2004 intact, while many homes in the area did not.
Listed for $89,900 by Sue Vasquez of Coldwell Banker Ackley Realty.