Have you got $2,400 to shell out for rent every month?
It’ll get you pretty far in Toronto, snagging you either a high-end personal pad or an entire house, depending on the neighbourhood.
We rounded up some eye-catching options from across the city.
Keep in mind, these prices and details are all based on online listings.
CBC Toronto can’t vouch for the accuracy of each post — and it’s always worth checking out rentals in person.
3-bedroom house in York
Number of bedrooms: Three
Location: St. Clair Avenue West and Caledonia Road
This PadMapper listing feels like a breath of fresh air. The bright, open-concept, fully-renovated place is two entire levels of a home on Gilbert Avenue.
The kitchen is filled with upgrades like a french-door fridge and a dishwasher and the bedrooms have built-in closets.
There’s also a top-floor deck with a sweeping view — so prepare to have a few rooftop BBQs in the summer.
The catch? You’ll have to tack on an extra $250/month for utilities.
2-bedroom bungalow in Long Branch
Number of bedrooms: Two
Location: Lake Shore Boulevard West and Twenty Fifth Street
This PadMapper rental offers an entire house that’s just a stone’s throw from the lake and the Twenty Fifth Street Parkette.
Also nearby? A school, an area, several more parks and the Lakeshore Yacht Club (wink, nudge — it’s family-friendly.)
You get two full bedrooms, spacious areas for living and dining, two-car parking, use of the rear deck and garden as well as the entire basement, which comes with ensuite laundry.
The space is a little dated — note the built-in display cabinet — but that’s the keyword: space. And lots of it.
It’s also close to TTC access on Lake Shore Boulevard, which takes you both downtown or to nearby Long Branch GO station.
1-bedroom in Little Portugal