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Cabbagetown apartment to rent

Friends, my basement flat will soon be available again. A friend moving from Vancouver has taken it for a month, but it’s empty as of Nov. 1 or even possibly mid-October. Please forward to anyone you think might be interested. Many thanks.

FURNISHED APARTMENT TO RENT 

Spacious one-bedroom basement apartment in Cabbagetown, steps from streetcar and Parliament St. yet startlingly tranquil. Private entrance through a beautiful garden, high-ceilinged living-room with dining space and kitchen, dressing-room, bathroom with huge shower, washer/dryer, bedroom. Fully furnished. 

$1700 a month, including utilities and high-speed wifi. Someone quiet and reliable with references, please; prefer longterm but short-term also possible, two month minimum. 

Kaplan2721@rogers.com.

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2 Responses to “Cabbagetown apartment to rent”

  1. Mita says:

    So lovely! I've been on a hunt all over Toronto for a place!! I just signed for a place the other day, otherwise this would've been perfect!

  2. beth says:

    DARN, Mita! Please let your friends know. Hope your new place works out.

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