Great downtown location near Korea Town and Little Italy. This bright, modern basement apartment has a large kitchen, dining/living room, separate bedroom with new pillow-top mattress, 1.5 baths and laundry room.
Guests have full use of apartment to themselves including full kitchen, full size fridge, modern stove, and toaster oven. Washer and dryer are located in the apartment. Sorry no microwave.
In the Bloor Bathurst area close to subway (Christie Station) , public transport, numerous restaurants, Korea Town, Little Italy, and Bloor Street strip, and parks. Ideal for mature, responsible individuals or couples.
- washer and dryer
- full kitchen
- free wifi
Interaction with guests
We will not be home as we rent out our apartment when we are absent.
Other things to note
The unit has a large super comfy queen bed, sofa bed, high speed internet, bathroom essentials, herbal tea, and en suite laundry.
Overnight parking is available is available on a nearby street.
We pretty much have everything you may need. We want you to feel comfortable in our home and enjoy the whole space as well as the city in a relaxed and stress free place!
- This unit is below a small family who like their peace and quiet so it is not good for a party weekend :)
I work at a market research firm in Toronto. My partner and I share our apartment in the city, but are out of town most weekends. I like having a tidy apartment, so making sure it is ready for you, will ensure that I always keep it clean!
I originally met my landlady when I rented a room in her AirBnB upstairs! I have been lucky to travel in my younger days (I was a Canada-World Youth participant in Thailand) but recently my travel is much more local- although not necessarily exotic, it is good to know one's own country too!
As for the life motto Air BnB suggests we share with you.. Well, I suppose my goal is to always try and see the other person's perspective. (You cannot judge someone unless you have walked a mile in their shoes). And I always try to make an improvement to something everyday, even if it a small thing, like removing rubbish I see on the street.