One-bedroom apartment for rent in Toronto for less than $1k
Toronto's apartment rental prices have taken a nose-dive during the pandemic but a unit for rent in the city right now might be one of the cheapest in a while.
A recent report from Padmapper's put the median price of a one-bedroom rental unit in Toronto at $1,830. This was the cheapest one-bedroom rent had been since July of 2017.
So the one-bedroom basement apartment at 1237 Glencairn Avenue for rent at $999 a month seems like a steal.
A major drawback of this place is the location in North York. The closest major intersection is Dufferin and Lawrence and the nearest TTC station is Glencairn.
It is also a basement apartment in a bungalow with small windows, and the listing says the ceilings are on "the lower side."
Aside from that, the space looks fairly clean and bright. There is a small but functional-looking kitchen.
The floors seem to be tiled throughout, which could be warmed up with a few rugs.
The living space is not huge but enough for a single person or couple.
There is even a washer and dryer, which is shared.
The listing mentions a shared backyard as well, although there are no photos provided.
The property was move-in ready for March 1, but as of March 4, it was still listed on Realtor.ca.
This could be a good deal, if you don't mind living in a basement apartment in North York.
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