The Narrowest House in North America
This house is located at 6, rue Donnacona, next to the Ursuline museum in Old Québec. The Ursulines erected this small stone house in 1848, according to the plans of architect Michel Patry (1806-1865). Although the facade measures only 3.7 meters in width, the back of the house is wider than the front, which allows it to be habitable. The rental property is still owned by the Ursulines.