A reasonably-priced, detached house is the unicorn of the Toronto real estate market. In July, the average price of a detached house in the 416 hit the hard-to-believe average of $793,842.

But there’s at least one east end bungalow that can be yours for only $229,000 (or 70 per cent less than the average going rate for a detached house). Heck, it’s even cheaper than the average condo in the city, which reached $361,969 last month.

Located at 30 Hanson St., the house has a number of things going for it such as air conditioning, a Walk Score of 83 and low property taxes. However, the wee bungalow only has one-bedroom (measuring 3.45 by 2.38 metres), a living room (2.74 by 1.89 metres) and a kitchen space (2.74 by 1.89 metres). The owner paid for municipal water and sewage to be brought to the property line, but the new resident will have to install bath and kitchen fixtures and connect to the city.

Here are a few pictures from the listing:

30 Hanson

30 Hanson

30 Hanson

30 Hanson

30 Hanson

This isn’t even the smallest house in the city. That title went to a 29 square metre space at 128 Day Ave., near Dufferin and Rogers Road.

We’re reluctant to crown this space the smallest home on the market. If you know of another micro-house for sale in Toronto, let us know in the comments.

Photos: vallis.ca

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