1 Homewood avenue
Private, furnished custom designed room for rent in heritage downtown building
7 - 9 Homewood ave - Toronto, ON M4Y2J8
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***** This is a shared accommodation, tenants share one of two bathrooms each unit comes with fridge and hot plate for cooking.******
Dorm-style, small, self-contained bachelor unit on the upper level of the house. The house is suitable for a student. All inclusive. Washrooms are shared with other tenants. Small kitchenette area within the unit, (no laundry room). Close to Ryerson U campus, College subway station, "The Village" and Allen Gardens Park. Will accept short-term stays, 6-month minimum. Inquiries contact:
This 2-floor rooming house features self-contained rooms and bachelors of basic standards offering both short-term and long-term tenancies. Ideal for the budget-minded or students. Ryerson University is close-by as well as UofToronto. NOTE: Washrooms are co-ed and shared. Street parking only by permit.
Availability date: January 1, 2017
Pets: None allowed
Deposit: Last Month Rent
Leasing options: 6 months, 12 months
Included in Utilities Cost:
Parking type: On-Street
Heating/cooling: Heat: forced air
Wiring: Cable-ready, Wired
Facilities and Recreation:
Security and Access: Controlled access
Additional features: Hardwood floor, Tile floor
Equal Housing Opportunity
Ryerson University is close-by as well as UofToronto
Church Wellesley Village, home to Toronto's original LGBT-oriented community. The stretch of Church from Carlton to Bloor is home to a thriving mix of restaurants, cafes and clothing stores. It's also ground zero for the annual Pride Week, one of Toronto's biggest summer festivals and one of the largest Prides in the world.
Cabbagetown, once one of the poorest neighbourhoods in Toronto, is now a much sought-after enclave boasting restored Victorian homes, friendly neighbourhood pubs and one of the best cafes in the city. For the local gossip head to Jet Fuel, where they're so hyped on caffeine they refuse to stock decaf. Nearby Riverdale Park is home to theRiverdale Farmers' Market, one of Toronto's best, each Tuesday from May through October. And if talking to the farmers doesn't feel like you're close enough to the source, there's always the family friendly Riverdale Farm which affords a more intimate encounter.