Room in 2-bed, 2-floor apartment for quiet professional, Dec. 15

Available: December 15th, 2020
Rent: $1130 + hydro and internet

The space: This is a 2-bedroom apartment that occupies the second and third floors of a well-cared-for house. The home is fully furnished (except for your bedroom), very spacious, bright, clean, airy and calm. It has hardwood floors throughout, ensuite laundry, a large kitchen, dining room, living room, good-sized bathroom, and a large upper floor deck with a bbq, in addition to the two bedrooms.

The bedroom available for rent (pictured here as it’s being used right now) gets lots of natural light and it’s big enough to double as an office during the pandemic if you need one.

Location: A quiet, tree-lined street just a few minutes from Dundas West subway station. Walking distance to Roncy, the Junction, the Junction Triangle, and High Park. There is a FreshCo, Shoppers, Loblaws and LCBO all within walking distance too.

Roommate: The person you’d be sharing the place with is an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and is also working to complete a PhD in Law. She has been living in the apartment for more than 6 years. She is friendly, considerate, an excellent communicator, and takes great care of the place.

Who we’re looking for: The ideal new roommate would be a queer and/or queer-friendly woman who is a working professional or graduate student. We’re looking for someone who is quiet, tidy, clean, respectful of the shared space, a good communicator, and who takes public health guidelines around COVID safety seriously (in consultation with the roommate: a consent-based approach).

Rent: $1,130/month, plus hydro and internet. A credit check, employment letter, and/or references will be required by the landlord.

Other: No pets please, due to allergies! And no smoking indoors.

If this seems like a good fit for you, please get in touch and share a little bit about yourself, what you’re looking for in a new place, and the kinds of COVID-related precautions you’re currently taking.

We can start with a video call for a virtual viewing and a quick chat, and then arrange for a masked and socially-distanced visit if you’re interested to see the place in person.

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