Cool-home hunter Kelly Wray's latest discovery takes us inside a small house with big impact. Talk about minimalist: The homeowner's "bed" is no more than a thin foam pad resting on the floor! Join Kelly on her exclusive tour of this one-of-a-kind space and who knows? You might just be inspired to clear the clutter in your own home!
All of the industrial concrete floors boast radiant hydronic heat so it's actually not as chilly inside as you might think.
Though there is no air-conditioning, all of the windows open (including the high-tech skylights, which retract via remote) to let in the breeze.
Despite the competitive Toronto real estate market and the home's designer look, the house (including the purchase of the land, construction costs and city and legal fees) only cost $358,000! The project's budget was set to match that of a comparable condo.
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