About this listing
You can sleep up to 3 people in this bright, newly renovated, 800 square foot basement apartment, featuring 7 windows and high (9') ceilings in the main area. It's just an 11 min drive to downtown, 10 mins drive to the beach, 5 mins walk to a park with playground and running trails.
Save your money by staying in this quiet, safe neighbourhood with easy access to downtown and all the sights.
Separate side entrance leads you into a big, bright main living room featuring 2 sofas and a pull-out single bed. The space further opens into a split-level (6' 7") fully equipped kitchen including stove, refrigerator, and dining table.
Through the bedroom door you find a spacious single bedroom with a comfortable double bed, as well as the ensuite bathroom (with standing shower).
This cool space also features a number of unique artifacts, including a dart board, a vintage record player, an art deco desk, an early 19th century label maker, and a collection of handcrafted artisan fish decoys.
Plenty of street parking available directly in front of the unit, no permits required. Laundromat at the foot of the street. Internet/wifi included.
Interaction with guests
Friendly, laid-back hosts are available as needed for questions, guidance, or general chit-chat.
Other things to note
East York offers a large number of community events. In the winter, enjoy skating at our local outdoor rink... in the summer, visit our local Farmer's Market every Tuesday. Just a 20-minute walk to the Danforth, where you'll find a wealth of restaurants, events, and festivals.
No smoking, no pets. Limit of 7.5G/week on wifi downloads.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
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Hope all is well. My name is Brett Preston and I learned about AirBnB while travelling in Brazil. We loved it, so I thought that I would rent out my place. I own a non-for-profit wine called The Little Grape That Could. I look forward to hearing from you.