The structure, which is located at the address St. Patrick 541/2, in Toronto, Canada, dates back to the 19th century. Initially it was thought that this building will be part of a complex of six identical houses.
In the mid 20th century one of the companies began to buy out all the houses in the district. This area was planned for a Parking lot. Very gently builders managed to take out half of the house so that there was no damage to the facade of the building. White side wall was a load-bearing wall that divided the room neighbors.
One wrong move – and the house would collapse. So that means the presence of an engineer of technical supervision. In such cases supervise the builders simply a must.
As of 2013 the house was in private ownership. Half of the house was estimated at $648 000.