Clean, bright, private third-floor 1-bedroom apartment surrounded by parks, trails, and ravines, and only a 15 minutes subway to downtown. 5 minute walk to St Clair West station, Loblaws, LCBO, Wychwood Barns, Casa Loma, restaurants and bars.
I am currently a design student and I take joy and pride in the space that I've put together; the apartment's vibe is fun, modern, and minimalist.
This is my own home, which I love very much. Since I recently returned to school to pursue my passion, and had tons of great experiences with AirBnB, I thought that renting out my place when I'm away would be a great way to make some passive income and meet some great people.
The apartment is in a 4-story historic Toronto apartment building and the unit was completely renovated in early 2015. It's bright and has a great layout with plenty of great room for cooking, hanging out, working, and sleeping. Perfect for the single traveller or a couple. There is a large firm IKEA couch that could be used for a third guest. Extra bedding and towels are available upon request.
You'll have full sole access to the entire apartment. The only off-limits spaces are 2 small closets and 2 sets of drawers in the bedroom. Everything else is yours to enjoy. The kitchen is fully stocked with dishes, pots, pans, and utensils, and you're welcome to use any of the condiments and spices in the cupboards and fridge. Toiletries are also provided.
Interaction with guests
Will be accessible via phone at all times. Will try to greet guests when possible (if I am in town).
Other things to note
Soap, shampoo, toilet paper, and clean bedding and towels are all provided. If there is anything additional you require to improve your stay, please don't hesitate to ask!
This is my personal living space, so I'd ask that you treat it with the same respect and care that you'd treat your own home. Since the unit is in an apartment building, please be mindful of neighbours and minimize loud noises late in the evening. No smoking please.
I've lived in the wonderful city of Toronto for 5 years now. I moved here after graduating from Queen's University and worked for 4 years, and I recently returned to school to pursue my passion in design. I love living in such a diverse, dynamic, progressive city, and would love to share advice on what to do and where to go if you'd like some input!
I've done plenty of Airbnb travelling, as well as some hosting.