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Metro Minute at The Little House

Monster skyscrapers, giant SUVs, massive egos at Queen’s Park ... it’senough to make any of us feel small. Thankfully, there’s an app forthat:  Plug 128 Day Ave. into your iPhone Google Maps, and head over toToronto’s Little House: You’ll feel positively huge.

Monster skyscrapers, giant SUVs, massive egos at Queen’s Park ... it’s enough to make any of us feel small. Thankfully, there’s an app for that: Plug 128 Day Ave. into your iPhone Google Maps, and head over to Toronto’s Little House: You’ll feel positively huge.

The house is 312 square- feet of brick, mortar and history. Back in 1912, the land was intended as a laneway, but the city never cut away the curb to make room for cars.Instead, contractor Arthur Weeden scooped up the land, and built a house to scale.

Unlike most tourist attractions, it’s always been inhabited so make sure you don’t trample on the flowers.

 
 
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