Living in Victoria was our seventh home since we've been married. It was definitely the smallest place we've ever lived in, but certainly not the worst! When we went there we looked for something furnished and cheap. Anything cheap in Victoria has to be very small, and that's exactly what we found.
The entrance to our castle:
Our kitchen, which was too small to even open the cupboards with more than one person in there:
Looking back toward the door:
Here's looking from the kitchen into our "bedroom/family room"; notice the tiny table with only two chairs:
Here's a 360 degree tour or our room! The couch, which was barely big enough for Eli to lie across it:
Our queen size bed that we all ended up sleeping on together every night:
The closet and TV, on the one dresser:
Here's the window, which was actually pretty cool because the walls were two feet thick, so the window sill made a great climbing spot and shelf:
And our bathroom, which wasn't bad at all, and actually pretty cute:
There you have it. Awesome, eh? What did we learn from it? That we can live in 450 square feet, but that we never want to again. And, that we no longer fit in a queen sized bed. And, that we can easily live without all the junk that we have. We went to Value Village for toys, spent $10, and were just as happy as we are with all the hundreds of dollars of toys we have at home. Although, with a beach two blocks away, I'll admit that's a little easier. We'd do it all over again, if that's worth anything.