Newly renovated house with wifi, located in a quiet and convenient downtown neighborhood.
100 meters from Bloor street.
2-minute-walking distance from Bathurst SUBWAY station.
Near Korea town, Casa Loma, University of Toronto's downtown campus, Royal Ontario Museum and Little Italy.
A variety of restaurants, banks, coffee shops and dollar/convenience stores located within walking distance.
Disponible para huéspedes
Kitchen: Fully equipped kitchen, with a 4 burner gas stove, large modern oven, microwave, cutlery, and flatware-private
Bedrooms: Queen size bed, medium wardrobe closet, new desk and chair, private key lock on doors.
Shared Living space: Laminated with warm tone modern lighting, furnished with a cozy L-shape sofa, and offered with a choice of light background music
Shared Dining space: Glass dining table and leather chairs for 4
Shared Washrooms: Shampoo, body wash, small towels and toothpaste included
Otros aspectos destacables
Just for you to know, the house is not far from the bathurst subway station so it is convenient but you can hear the quite noise of the subway occasional, although it only lasts for several seconds
- Please keep quiet after 11 pm ; do not walk in the house wearing shoes
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