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Old Posted Nov 6, 2015, 10:05 PM
CoryB CoryB is offline
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When a "small" bathroom being about 100 sq ft and most bedrooms pushing 200+ it is easy to see how most houses are over 1000 sq ft now. The small house movement basically minimizes the kitchen and bathroom and makes the rest into a loft style. There are honestly 3-bedroom, 800 sq ft properties in Winnipeg. There is no reason a 1-bedroom 500-600 sq ft house would be a stretch. That could actually be an interesting development for the old Southwood Golf course next to U of M, affordable housing for students and recent grads. Restrict it to 1 bedroom, no garage and under 700 sq ft.
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