I've seen houses that small, maybe even a bit less. There are many in
Pacific Grove, California. I suspect they originally housed workers.
I've also seen a whole bunch of two story houses in Skokie, Illinois that
were 20' X 20'. Much bigger than the above but still small.
The plantation houses in Hawaii that housed cane field workers were all very
small too, don't racall the precise size.
my home is old and i want to do renovation. i need to change the fake brick
in the front and the siding with a real brick.
. . . i am looking for a contractor who can . . . changing all windows . .
. i live in Toronto/Canada the west end of the city.
Be warned that some of these tasks (rebuilding with solid brick)
require a building permit although others (new windows) do not.
Consult the municipal building permits office.
On Sat, 8 Dec 2012 10:09:38 -0500, "Don Phillipson"
Where "just west of Toronto"? If he's in the "green belt" he can
not knock it down and rebuild - he HAS to renovate. Can't get a
permit to build new or rebuild. Sounds like he's along the Hwy 6
corridor - I know several homes of that rough description in that
area. If, however he is "in Toronto" "west end of the city" that
covers a lot of territory. Is he "in toronto" or in Brampton,
Mississauga, Etobicoke,Oakville, Erin Mills, Vaughan,Woodbridge, or
any of a host of other smaller "entities" inside the GTA (Greater
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