Neighborhood bedroom
CanadaOntarioToronto
FABULOUS Master bedroom + private bath

Private room

1 Guest

1 Bedroom

1 Bed
CanadaOntarioToronto
FABULOUS Master bedroom + private bath


Private room

1 Guest

1 Bedroom

1 Bed


Private room

1 Guest

1 Bedroom

1 Bed

1 adult
0 children
Ages 2 - 12
0 infants
Under 2
1 guest maximum. Infants don’t count toward the number of guests.
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About this listing

Master bedroom & private bathroom in a new 2 bedroom condo steps from Distillery District & Entertainment Distinct. Private entrence to the North view balcony. Beautiful terrace just couple floors below. Coffe stores & grocery store across the street


The space
Accommodates: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: Anytime after 2PM
Check Out: 12PM (noon)
Room type: Private room

Amenities

Prices
Cleaning Fee: $19
Security Deposit: $154
Weekly Discount: 10%
Cancellation: Moderate
Weekend Price: $61 / night

Description

The space

Fully Furnished Master Bedroom + private bathroom in a new condo. Your own entrence to the balcony. Specious living room with the kitchen. Beautiful patio/bbq 4 floors below. Coffe stores and groce store right across the street. Female owner living in another room.

This area boasts more than 160 movies filmed here, and has decor shops, bars, bakeries, and eateries in great abundance.

Fabulous condo with floor-to-ceiling, wrap-around windows on high floor, in luxury building with a balcony.
(NOTE: Owner is present during rental and living in another room.)

Steps to King and Union subway stops, as well as Yonge Street. Close to Financial district, Eaton Centre, CN Tower, Harbourfront, Union Station, University of Toronto, Ryerson University, etc.

Your accommodation: Spacious 1 Bedroom+private bathroom;
North Facing Balcony & En suite Laundry Room.
Wonderful Roof Top Deck & Gardens With City Views. Excellent Building!

Condo amenities
washer & dryer en suite
full kitchen (stove, oven, microwave, toaster oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher)
North facing balcony with downtown view
shower & bathtub
hair dryer

Interaction with Guests
Normally I will be in the city, close by if anything is needed. I will always text to check in on the first night and depending on comfort level with the city, I can provide many recommendations on things to see and do in the neighborhood

The Historic Distillery District, an internationally acclaimed village of one-of-a-kind stores, shops, galleries, studios, restaurants, cafes, theaters and more. A unique destination unlike any other in North America, The Distillery District is an enchanting village of brick-lined streets, inviting courtyards and Victorian architecture. This vibrantly restored 13-acre historic site has become one of Ontario's hottest tourist attractions. An area completely closed to traffic and home to live theaters, galleries, fashion, design and jewelry boutiques, unique cafes, and award-winning restaurants.

Though a part of the bustling downtown core, The Distillery District is an oasis of character and personality, a step back in time, a quaint and charming neighborhood with a distinctly European flair. It is a magical place to live, work and experience everything that life has to offer.

* steps from delicious neighborhood cafes/restaurants: Morning Glory, Jamie Kennedy's Gilead, and Weezie's.

Other nearby Corktown/Distillery District/Riverside culinary favourites include: Soma Chocolate, Brick St Bakery, Sukho Thai, Bonjour Brioche, Pulp Kitchen, Leslieville Cheese Market, and Lady Marmalade.

* 10 min walk to St Lawrence Market Market which was ranked by the National Geographic as the #1 market in the world, which features over 120 specialty vendors, known for the variety and freshness of their fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, grains, baked goods and dairy products. The Saturday Farmers' Market, is a tradition begun on this site in 1803 and continuing today, as the producers of Southern Ontario bring their seasonal produce to market in the city.

* 10-20 min walk to trendy Riverside & Leslieville neighborhoods, bustling bohemian villages in Toronto’s historic east end. Riverside is home to some of Toronto's best cafes, burgers, and furniture stores. With well established commercial districts and strong historic ties with the surrounding South Riverdale neighborhoods, creative industries such as film, television, music and design are flourishing here, as well as numerous galleries for browsing. Leslieville has emerged as Toronto's hippest place to dine, drink, shop and live (or so proclaimed a 2005 article in the New York Times that also anointed the neighborhood as the new Queen Street West). Historically home to light industry and the Film District, it's now more known as one of Toronto's best brunch destinations and features some great cafes, vintage furniture, fashion and design stores.

* Easy access to some of Toronto's favorite multicultural areas for ethnic food and shopping: East Chinatown, Little India, and Greektown, for example.

* 8 min walk/4 min bike ride to Lower Don River Recreation Trail where you can walk or cycle by the Don River. Head South on the trail and find yourself at beautiful Cherry Beach (10 min by bike) or head North and explore the Evergreen Brick Works (20 min by bike), a community environmental centre transformed from a collection of deteriorating heritage buildings into a global showcase for green design and urban sustainability.

* 7 min drive/20 min bike ride to The Evergreen Brick Works. A dynamic public space in the heart of Toronto’s Don Valley, the Brick Works engages visitors through interactive workshops and community festivals, and offers a full suite of programs combining ecology, design, technology and the arts in a hands-on, multi-sensory educational experience. In 2010, Evergreen Brick Works was named one of the top 10 geotourism destinations in the world by National Geographic.

* 10 min drive/24 min by public transit to Toronto's "Beaches" neighborhood - for sunbathing, beach volleyball or a stroll on the boardwalk. The area features four beaches - Balmy, Scarborough, Kew and Woodbine - and at all of which, the water is safe to swim in.

Easily accessible via 24 hour public transit (King St or Queen St street cars are just steps away as well as the subway), or car (DVP, Lakeshore, and Gardiner Expressways are all within a 5 minute drive). Just a 15 minute walk to Yonge St.

Guest access

Condo amenities
washer & dryer en suite
full kitchen (stove, oven, microwave, toaster oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher)
North facing balcony with downtown view
shower & bathtub
hair dryer
Big beautiful patio 4 floors below

Interaction with guests

Interaction with Guests
Normally I will be in the city, close by if anything is needed. I will always text to check in on the first night and depending on comfort level with the city, I can provide many recommendations on things to see and do in the neighborhood

The neighborhood

The Historic Distillery District, an internationally acclaimed village of one-of-a-kind stores, shops, galleries, studios, restaurants, cafes, theaters and more. A unique destination unlike any other in North America, The Distillery District is an enchanting village of brick-lined streets, inviting courtyards and Victorian architecture. This vibrantly restored 13-acre historic site has become one of Ontario's hottest tourist attractions. An area completely closed to traffic and home to live theaters, galleries, fashion, design and jewelry boutiques, unique cafes, and award-winning restaurants.

Though a part of the bustling downtown core, The Distillery District is an oasis of character and personality, a step back in time, a quaint and charming neighborhood with a distinctly European flair. It is a magical place to live, work and experience everything that life has to offer.

* steps from delicious neighborhood cafes/restaurants: Morning Glory, Jamie Kennedy's Gilead, and Weezie's.
Other nearby Corktown/Distillery District/Riverside culinary favourites include: Soma Chocolate, Brick St Bakery, Sukho Thai, Bonjour Brioche, Pulp Kitchen, Leslieville Cheese Market, and Lady Marmalade.

* 10 min walk to St Lawrence Market Market which has was ranked by the National Geographic as the #1 market in the world. , which features over 120 specialty vendors, known for the variety and freshness of their fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, grains, baked goods and dairy products. The Saturday Farmers' Market, is a tradition begun on this site in 1803 and continuing today, as the producers of Southern Ontario bring their seasonal produce to market in the city.
* 10-20 min walk to trendy Riverside & Leslieville neighborhoods, bustling bohemian villages in Toronto’s historic east end. Riverside is home to some of Toronto's best cafes, burgers, and furniture stores. With well established commercial districts and strong historic ties with the surrounding South Riverdale neighborhoods, creative industries such as film, television, music and design are flourishing here, as well as numerous galleries for browsing. Leslieville has emerged as Toronto's hippest place to dine, drink, shop and live (or so proclaimed a 2005 article in the New York Times that also anointed the neighborhood as the new Queen Street West). Historically home to light industry and the Film District, it's now more known as one of Toronto's best brunch destinations and features some great cafes, vintage furniture, fashion and design stores.
* Easy access to some of Toronto's favorite multicultural areas for ethnic food and shopping: East Chinatown (5 min drive/7 min by public transit), Little India (8 min drive/20 min by public transit), and Greektown (10 min drive/25 min public transit), for example.
* 8 min walk/4 min bike ride to Lower Don River Recreation Trail where you can walk or cycle by the Don River. Head South on the trail and find yourself at beautiful Cherry Beach (10 min by bike) or head North and explore the Evergreen Brick Works (20 min by bike), a community environmental centre transformed from a collection of deteriorating heritage buildings into a global showcase for green design and urban sustainability.
* 7 min drive/20 min bike ride to The Evergreen Brick Works. A dynamic public space in the heart of Toronto’s Don Valley, the Brick Works engages visitors through interactive workshops and community festivals, and offers a full suite of programs combining ecology, design, technology and the arts in a hands-on, multi-sensory educational experience. In 2010, Evergreen Brick Works was named one of the top 10 geotourism destinations in the world by National Geographic.
* 10 min drive/24 min by public transit to Toronto's "Beaches" neighborhood - for sunbathing, beach volleyball or a stroll on the boardwalk. The area features four beaches - Balmy, Scarborough, Kew and Woodbine - and at all of which, the water is safe to swim in.

Getting around

Easily accessible via 24 hour public transit (King St or Queen St street cars are just steps away as well as the subway), or car (DVP, Lakeshore, and Gardiner Expressways are all within a 5 minute drive). Just a 15 minute walk to Yonge St.


House Rules
Check-in is after 2PM

Absolutely no smoking or partying at any time in the room


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