The 10 weirdest houses in Toronto
September 17, 2015
Toronto real estate can be a strange animal. Unless you’re in a designated heritage district like Cabbagetown, Riverdale or the East Annex, with the right permissions you can tear down a post-war bungalow to put up a 5000 square foot home. You can add a third storey to a century home to add more space. Or you can decorate the exterior of your home any way you like, such as the homes featured in this story.
You may have noticed one of the stranger homes in Toronto during a drive or passing through a new neighbourhood, but check out this photo essay from Blogto to see ten of the weirdest homes all in one place.
I think they’ve missed at least a few, though. There are the crooked houses on Shaw Street, for one. There’s at least one home on Brock Street in Little Portugal that really really enjoys Christmas. If you know of any others, please leave a link or photo in the comments!