Newly renovated open concept 3 bedroom apartment spanning the second and third floors. Nestled in the heart of Toronto's best neighbourhoods: Little Italy - Kensignton Market/Chinatown and the Annex/Koreatown. Two dormer bedrooms on the third floor have a cottage in the city feel. Exposed brick and reclaimed wood finishes highlighted with warm accent lighting. Barn door by local artist Lubo Design - heated floors throughout, two skylights and gas fireplace.
NO PARTIES. No exceptions. NO SMOKING.
Leave it as you found it.
Garbage removed at the end of your stay PLEASE place it into the garbage bin (grey) near the front of the house. Also please make sure no remaining dishes & recyclable items.
Please be respectful of the tenants living downstairs and keep noise down, especially between 11pm and 9am.
Smoking is only allow out at the deck.
Not at the apartment entrance.
No outdoor shoes in the apartment, please!
We have indoor slipper / sandals for our guests to use.
Please don't flush tampons ( or anything other than nature cause) down the toilet
as if there is flooding, the damage would apply.
Please DON'T put any hot pan or pot on the kitchen countertop as it will damage the countertop. if any damage occurred, the damage would apply at the end of the stay.
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Catherine and I are your co-hosts. We’ve been married for twenty years and have two children aged eight and five. We’ve been professional landlords and property managers for fifteen years and understand the importance of cleanliness and professionalism.
Catherine and I have lived and travelled all over the world: I’ve lived in India, Japan and Taiwan and travelled to Nepal, Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines, Hong Kong, United States, Mexico, Peru, Ecuador and Columbia. Catherine is originally from Taiwan and has travelled to Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, Indonesia, Mexico and the Philippines where we both met on the island of Palawan.
We love travelling and meeting new people although bringing up two small children has made travel more difficult these last few years.