Cabbagetown epitomizes the sort of applaudable shabbiness that makes some intown neighborhoods inimitably soulful, and it doesn’t get much more Cabbagetown than this little house.
Two blocks from the heart of Carroll Street, it’s a one-bedroom, one-bathroom shotgun bungalow that’s about a century old—with the character to prove it.
It’s said to “capture your heart the second you lay eyes on it,” per the listing, from its high ceilings and old hardwood floors to the low-maintenance hangout around back.
Of course, given the shotgun layout, a trip from the living room to the kitchen requires a jaunt through the bedroom, and vice versa.
Parking is street-only, unassigned. But clearly there’s ample room for a shed and doghouse in the graveled backyard.
City property records indicate the total living area is but 572 square feet—not quite an O.G. tiny house, but close.
It listed this week via Keller Williams Realty for $350,000.