Considering its appealing location, this house is huge! Guests can easily explore the city, relax in private rooms, then check out the common room. The entire basement of this traditional house has been transformed into a large, open plan communal area including a full kitchen, dining areas and a comfortable lounge. Hint: if you’re looking for a quiet place to read, check out the sunroom on the second floor.
Welcome to Harbord Village! This residential neighborhood and heritage conservation district is located on the western border of University of Toronto, and is also known for its proximity to Kensingto…
Because this house is located on a main road, it is very accessible to public transportation. The Spadina streetcar stops one minute from the house, and can take you south into downtown Toronto, or no…