Welcome to this newly renovated 1 bedroom apartment in a quiet neighbourhood, located in Toronto's famous West Annex neighbourhood. it's minutes walking from the subway, supermarket, restaurants, cafes, large park and more. If you need parking, please contact me to check availability for a 1 car outdoor parking.
→ Desirable Annex location → Approx. 500ft² / 45m² of space → Walk score of 81! → Transit score of 92! → On site washer + dryer → Fully equipped kitchen
空間 → High-speed Fiber Optics 1.5GB unlimited Wi-Fi. → SmartTV from which you can access your Netflix or YouTube or any of your other favorite apps. → Bedroom features a queen size bed. → Sofa converts to a double sofa bed for additional guests. → Lots of sheets, blankets and towels for all guests. → The kitchen is fully equipped with appliances including fridge, dishwasher and stove as well as microwave, toaster, coffee maker and all necessary utensils to prepare a simple meal. → A washer and dryer are also on site for guests to use. There's a large roof top deck. In addition to central air-condition there's is also a supplementary AC unit dedicated to just this unit.
Christie Pitts park which is a large and popular park is only a couple of minutes walk away. There is a wonderful independent supermarket, Fiesta Farms, the best in the city in my opinion, just a couple of minutes walk away.
There are numerous cafes and restaurants all in a matter of minutes of walking.
Bohemia and academia meet head on in this lively downtown community surrounding the University of Toronto. Stretching for a kilometer along Bloor Street West the Annex offers visitors an intoxicating blend of beautiful old homes, art galleries, theatres, beatnik coffee shops, bookstores, discount stores, restaurants, and bars. Idle away a few hours during the day, browsing through the terrific book and music stores or strolling the picturesque grounds of the U of T. Philosopher’s Walk, which runs south from Bloor and starts between the ROM and the Royal Conservatory, is an Instagram-worthy locale. When evening falls, the Annex turns into one of the busiest areas of town, with people flocking to the many restaurants, bars and patios offering food and drink from all around the world. It is a prime example of Toronto’s diversity at its absolute best.