Furnished apartments in Toronto are rented abodes with all the home fittings already in place. Perfect for those looking for month-to-month rentals (or people who’d rather not own their own own dressers, or bed), you can find these living spaces in a range of sizes, prices, and styles.
Here’s what you can get in furnished apartments in Toronto at different prices points.
You won't find very many livable furnished apartments for under $1000 without signing a lease, and certainly not in the downtown core. At least this functional second-floor unit by Steeles and Brimley is just steps away from a bus stop, and comes with high speed WiFi and a double bed.
Sitting in a bungalow right off of Keele Street is this sunny private room with a queen size bed and access to a big backyard, washer, dryer, and WiFi. Private and secluded, it’s a suitable space for people who need quiet time between 10 p.m. and 8 a.m.
The good part: this spacious private room by Runnymede Park comes equipped with a king-sized bed. And depending if anyone’s renting the other private room in the house, you might not have to share the washroom. The down side: it doesn’t have laundry.
Immerse yourself in baby blue at this conveniently located home in a residential neighbourhood in the heart of York U campus. It’s on the second floor of the house, where you’ll get shared access to the living room with a fireplace, kitchen necessities and laundry.
Conveniently located right next to the subway station is this basement with impressively high 10-foot ceilings. It has its own entrance and shared amenities.
It’s certainly not central, but this private bedroom has one of the nicest interiors you can find as far as furnishings go. The home itself is pristine: shared spaces include a foyer with a chandelier, kitchen, and living room equipped with an indoor fireplace,
If you think this room looks funky, wait until you see the rest of the loft. This eclectic living situation is ideal for those who want a close proximity to all the bars, restaurants, and art galleries on the Ossington strip.
The closer to $2000 your budget is, the nicer your furnished home will be. Floor-to-ceiling windows are covered with billowy linen curtains, which is great because this South-facing room gets sunshine all day and even has a French balcony.
Furnishings don’t get better than here: this private room comes with a queen bed decked out with tons of pillows and a 40-inch smart TV with Netflix. If you’re a dog person, rejoice: you’ll be sharing your space with a French bulldog too.
You’ll have access to this entire apartment located close to Main station, which comes with two bedrooms and a simple living room. Each bedroom comes equipped with queen beds covered in linens.
This one-bedroom suite is in walking distance to basically everything in the downtown core. There’s a queen bed, WiFi, washer and dryer in the building and in the kitchen, all the pots and pans you need.
You can look out right onto Queen Street from this artsy, high-ceilinged pad. It’s definitely ideal for musicians (there’s instruments scattered all over this place) and has a massive deck too.
Head into this space atop a cigar factory using the hidden entrance off of Ossington. Dressed with a mix of antique and modern furniture, there’s a queen-sized bed, living room, and a kitchen with a sky light.
Spanning 800-square-feet, this place basically has everything you need to make you feel at home. There’s a four-piece bathroom, a queen-sized bed, WiFi, a 40-inch TV, and bedroom windows that look out to Lake Ontario.
Located on the third floor of a restored Georgian Home, this one-bedroom is comfortably filled with woodsy ‘Canadiana’ furniture, with a huge walk-in closet and an eat-in kitchen that has a great little window to look out of.
Compact, contemporary furniture makes this spot the bachelor of millennial dreams. Thirteen-foot ceilings add a spacious to this stylish room, which comes equipped with a queen bed and a flat screen.
Live in the heart of Toronto’s fanciest neighbourhood in a condo studio with a separate kitchen. There’s a couch and bed here, plus you can pretend you own the place while heading down to use use the building’s pool, gym, or hot tub.
You’ll be living in the main drag of the hottest neighbourhood in Toronto if you rent out this one-bedroom. The space comes decked out with big comfy couches, turntables, onsite laundry, and a hot tub downstairs. Plus there’s free parking.
Everything from the duvet to the lavender curtains screams quaint and cozy one-bedroom in the upper two floors of a Victorian home. There’s a queen bed, and you’ll be provided with all the essentials like towels, a TV, kitchen, and WiFi.
by Tanya Mok via blogTO