What was the longest time you’ve ever lived in one place? For an old lady named Joyce, the answer would be seven decades. However, that’s not what bewildered sisters Gladys and Carla Spizzirri after they were called in to look at Joyce’s West Toronto home.
They uncovered a shocking and astonishing find, unlike anything that the two co-owners from one of Toronto’s leading real estate agencies had encountered. Widowed and living alone, Joyce was hiding what some people could only dream of. Prepare to get your mind blown, much like the Spizzirri sisters!
Seemingly an ordinary house
An estate’s value is not always strictly reliant on the house’s age and style or market value alone. This story shows that what’s inside can equally be as significant as outward aesthetics. After all, looking at this West Toronto row home at a glance could fool anyone into thinking that it’s a slap-standard building from the ‘50s.
Not many people had ever had the opportunity to look in the house. Yet, all the neighbors knew it was owned by the same lady for as long as they could remember. However, just peeking inside the home of the 96-year-old Canadian named Joyce, an extraordinary sight is revealed.