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Executive Studio Unit- Ideal for One Person

Brand new, fully furnished studio basement apartment in artistic Leslieville! Accepting long term rentals only at this time. This is ideal for someone moving to the city for work or school looking for a fully furnished unit. Bring your laptop and suitcase and you're set.

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938 Eglinton Basement

Brand new basement studio apartment with high ceilings and great windows. . Fully furnished. Private heating and cooling system. Shared laundry and dryer. Great Wifi and desk. .

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Private room in the heart of downtown Toronto

-Prime location, in the heart of downtown. Everything you need will be in walking distance! -Steps to Chinatown, Kensington market where you can find hundreds of restaurants. -Near to major attractions (CN Tower, Rogers Centre, Lakeshore etc.) -Steps away from Queens Park subway station, by which you can access both yellow and green line. Right next to 510 and 506 streetcars as well. -The unit has a balcony/patio.

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Calming Bedroom 2 - Beaches Toronto
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!BIG BRIGHT ROOM W. KITCHENETTE&BALCONY GREAT AREA
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Cozy room close to the heart of Toronto
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Room with double bed, free parking on premises
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Cozy and comfortable Private Room in Toronto East
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Cosy Room in Lovely Leslieville - STR-2009-FRCKPC
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Cozy Private Bedroom in the Heart of Toronto
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Private Rm w/ Ensuite Bth Downtown - Mthly Stays!
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The Gallery
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Private Room & Bath in Danforth/Broadview Area
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Rachel's Room
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Private & Modern room in Leslieville Toronto

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View like Times Square. A private room available
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Spacious Bloor West 1Brm Gem with Free Parking
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lovely apartment - Next to Eglinton subway station
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Stunning 1 bed lower level unit in historic home!
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High Park North Studio
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King West - Heart of Toronto Downtown | CN Tower
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Modern 1 Bedroom Apartment with concrete walls
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Private room Downtown in cheerful & arty apartment
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Beautiful entire basement apartment in Upper Beach
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A White, Bright, Gorgeous Nest.
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Cozy 1bdr in shared basement-apt, CTRL Etobicoke
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Lovely Private Bedroom in Prime Area

Apartments with kitchens

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Dee-Tour: a cozy, modern, 2nd floor studio
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Our pied-a-terre. Walk Anywhere!
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Awesome Location/Dundas West
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Small den available in your budget - Shared Closet
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College Street Comfort
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Bright bachelor
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Modern Stay
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Beach Lovers' Oasis Apartment
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Charming Studio Downtown Toronto
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LOWER LEVEL 1
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Beach Studio in Toronto! La Playa!
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Charming & Quiet Riverdale Studio

Your guide to Toronto

All About Toronto

Ontario’s capital city sits at the far south end of the province, just across the water from New York state on the east shore of Lake Ontario. One of the most culturally diverse cities in the world, Toronto has become a north star for ambitious chefs and gastronomes. Kensington Market, the city’s cutting-edge restaurant district, serves up some of Canada’s most awarded meals, but you’ll find homey dishes, great coffee, and drinks spread throughout the city’s 100-plus neighbourhoods.

Beyond its culinary scene, Toronto is a city of art, commerce, and nature. Galleries abound in the pedestrian-only Distillery District, where massive murals and street art displays brighten the flanks of city buildings. In downtown Toronto, the iconic CN Tower — once the tallest freestanding structure in the world — offers unmatched views of the city’s skyline, while further east, Lake Ontario’s sandy shores invite sunbathing, summer swimming, and volleyball games at Woodbine Beach. There’s also the accessible escape of the Toronto Islands, which house an artists’ colony, hike and bike trails, and an amusement park — all just a short ferry ride away from downtown.


How do I get around Toronto?

Toronto’s primary airport is the Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) in Mississauga. It takes about 25 minutes to drive from the airport to downtown Toronto in standard traffic. A train — the UP Express — travels regularly from the airport to downtown Union Station in about the same amount of time. Car rentals are available both at the airport and throughout the city. Toronto’s downtown area is very walkable, and an increasing number of bike lanes make cycling a convenient way to get around without a car. For many vacation rentals, Toronto public transit can be another great option — stops are plentiful, and bikes are permitted on buses and trains during off-peak hours.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Toronto?

Toronto is a city that lives for patio season — the sunny span from June to September when restaurants open their outdoor seating for dinner and drinks with a side of Vitamin D. This is the best time of the year to explore the city on foot, and with alfresco dining options all over the city, you can even bike from brunch to the beach, then back again for dinner. Summer is also the season for major outdoor celebrations, like Pride in June and the Caribbean festival in July. In winter, Toronto trades its sun for snow, with average temperatures below freezing. Vacation homes in Toronto are often built to stay cozy no matter how hard it’s snowing, but warm clothes and layers are must-pack winter items. A set of ice skates wouldn’t hurt, either — there are more than 50 outdoor rinks to explore.


What are the top things to do in Toronto?

Evergreen Brick Works

Toronto’s industrial and environmental past converge at the Evergreen Brick Works, a natural park about 15 minutes away from downtown. Built around the remnants of a historic brick factory and open daily year-round, this community space offers scenic hikes on Lookout Path, tours of the sustainable garden market, and outdoor skating.

St. Lawrence Market

No culinary tour of Toronto would be complete without a visit to St. Lawrence. This centuries-old indoor market features two floors of vendors selling fresh-baked pastries, chutneys, and cheese, among other goodies. A weekly Farmer’s Market convenes on Saturday mornings, or you can stop by on Sunday to check out the Antiques Market.

Graffiti Alley

If Toronto’s legal street art scene had an official “gallery,” Graffiti Alley would be it. Starting at the intersection of Portland and Rush, this Fashion District alley covers three city blocks in bright and colourful murals and graffiti. The alley is best explored on foot — with a camera.