Luxury Studio across the lake in the "Beaches"

68 Woodbine Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4L 2A2, Canada
Luxury Studio across the lake in the "Beaches"
Apartment
0 bedrooms
2 guests
3 night min

Overview Description

Overview

Bedrooms: Studio
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 2
Type: Apartment
Per night: $135 - $170
Per week: $700
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Toronto vacation apartment rental
This luxury studio apartment is located in the Beaches area, across 2km long beach with a boardwalk and a bike trail. It is very close to Downtown - only a quick streetcar away.
Here you will find everything from great restaurants to cafes and grocery stores as well as pubs and ice cream stores. A true walking community!
The apartment is across the beach - you can see the lake from the balcony. It's also across a free outdoor pool.
The street car and the bus are couple of steps away.
Beaches is a very safe community. There is no Hotels in this area.
Jazz Festival, Parks, Beaches, hiking/biking trails make this part of the city very special and desirable.
The apartment is full of sunshine. It comes with full kitchen and all cooking necessities. Free WiFi. You will enjoy having your breakfast outdoors, on the balcony. Car can be parked in the detached garage. There is a cosy backyard, as well as the front room which you are welcome to use.
Fresh towels, toilet paper, soap are provided.
Laundry is $20 extra based on 3 night stay. Garage parking $20 per day. Cleaning fee $60.
Please note that if you are interested to book the apartment during the periods Aug.5-Aug.10 or Aug.13-Aug.20 then you will have your own private bathroom. The rest of the time it is shared with the other tenant.
This property is for the peace and tranquility loving people only. No parties or loud sounds permitted.

Katerina Tchoubar

Area Information
The Beaches await your arrival. Rich in history, Fine dining, Shopping galore!

The Beaches, also known as 'The Beach' is Toronto's best known waterfront neighbourhood second only to the main Toronto Harbour area which is adjacent south to Toronto downtown. Toronto Harbourfront and it's beaches have a long and colourful past, they are an important part of our history.

If you've never visited the Toronto Beaches area before, you're in for an exciting time. And if you think you're familiar with 'The Beaches', you might be surprised at some new and fascinating things to discover.

The first European family to settle in the area were the Ashbridges, who were United Empire Loyalists -- Americans who had sided with the British in the American Revolution. The Ashbridges settled along the lakeshore in the year Toronto was founded, 1793, and remarkably, one of their later homesteads still sits today on a large lot at the corner of Queen and Connaught.

Like most places beyond the city limit, the Beaches attracted scattered settlements in the 1800s, particularly along the road to Kingston (Kingston Road), which skirted over the top of the area. The real change came, however, in the 1870s, when transportation to the area improved with streetcars along Queen, and day-excursion steamers docking at Victoria Park.

Victorian Toronto flocked to the sand and cool breezes, and many people camped in tents or built simple summer cottages in which to stay overnight. Names such as Balmy Beach, Kew Beach and Victoria Park recall the days when small settlements of cottages, inns and amusement parks were clustered along the shore. By the early 1900s, when Toronto was expanding rapidly, many of the simple cottages were transformed into permanent homes, and most vacant land was subdivided for residential neighbourhoods. The days of tenting along the beach were over.

Toronto Eastern Beaches hosts annual music festivals and fairs. It also features tennis courts, sailing, canoeing, windsurfing, rollerblading, bicycling, swimming, lawn bowling, and kite flying.

In the 20th century, the neighbourhood remained quietly tucked away in the southeast corner of the city, until the baby boom brought more change. In the 1970s, young professional people, attracted by the affordable homes and relaxed atmosphere, moved in to the area, and within a decade, the value of a modest Beaches home had skyrocketed.

Today, old residents and new still watch every summer as overheated Torontonians migrate to the beach and fill the many restaurants, shops and bars that line Queen Street East.

Here you will find information on 'The Beaches' restaurants, hotels, bed and breakfasts, parks and maps. Info on the 'Beaches Jazz Festival' and much more.

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Rates

Rates

Begins Ends Week
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Weekend
Night
Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
May 25 2015 May 24 2017 $135 $170 $700 - 3 Nights
Check In: 1 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Deposits: $500
Payment Options: PayPal
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