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Cabbagetown suite for rent: pictures

Dear friends, I’m sorry to advertise my wares like this – but it’s a necessity. 
The first six shots were taken before the renovation, when the apartment was a bachelor with bed in the living space. Now, after a renovation, there’s a separate bedroom and a full-sized washer/dryer. The current tenant is still there, so the space has not been rearranged yet.

Living-room and kitchen space from the front door.

Kitchen

 Entrance – private, through the garden

large shower

 bathroom

dressing room – on the way to the bathroom

new bedroom on the other side of the bathroom, which I am currently using.

So – fully furnished, self-contained one-bedroom suite with high-speed wifi, cable TV with HBO (and the Documentary Channel), all utilities included, and use of the back part of a glorious, nearly 200-foot long garden in summer. You might occasionally get to see my son barbecue.

And best of all – Cabbagetown, a most wonderful neighbourhood in itself and very close to TTC and downtown.

I am asking $1600 but am willing to negotiate a bit for the right person – quiet and responsible. Incidentally, my current tenant wanted to bring in a lot of his own furniture, so uses the dressing room as storage for my tables and chairs.

Please pass on to anyone you think might be interested. Thank you!

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