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Rental of the week: 7 Neville Park Boulevard

Here's an interesting basement apartment for someone who loves the idea of living by the lake. Located just a few houses from the shoreline, this unit at 7 Neville Park Boulevard has a lot going for it.

7 neville park boulevardDespite being a basement, it gets plenty of light. You'll also probably spend plenty of the summer hanging around by the water, so you'll get lots of Vitamin D anyway.

Thanks to a recent renovation, the appliances and washroom are basically brand new, which is always a nice bonus in a rental. This place isn't huge, but the open concept layout makes it feel as spacious as possible.

7 neville park boulevardThe price, however, strikes me as a bit high. The lakeside location is certainly a big selling point, but it'd be nice to see this a bit lower given that size and ceiling height.

Specs
  • Address: 7 Neville Park Blvd.
  • Apartment type: Basement
  • Rent: $1,500
  • Utilities: Hydro extra
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Laundry? Shared
  • Air conditioning? Yes
  • Outdoor space? Backyard
  • Pet friendly? Unspecified
7 neville park boulevardGood For

Someone who will take advantage of the proximity to the lake. While the 501 streetcar is just a short walk away, this little cul de sac feels nicely secluded, which may suit someone looking for peace and quiet.

7 neville park boulevardMove On If

You spend all your time indoors. You're paying a premium for the location here, which could be invested in a larger (and above ground) space that's not right by the water.

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