Most people would say that renting in Toronto is nowhere close to affordable. But, these one-bedroom apartments for rent in Toronto are among the cheapest that you will find right now, according to the experts at Rentals.ca.
So if you’re apartment-hunting with a limited budget, these rentals might give you the best value for your dollar.
57 Orchard Park Boulevard: $1,695 per month
This fully-furnished junior one-bedroom is located on the lower level of a home in the Beaches, near Queen Street East and Kingston Road.
All utilities are included in the price, and the beach and boardwalk are located just 10 minutes away. Plus, this basement has natural light!
114 Bellefair Avenue: $1,700 per month
Also located in the Beaches, this lower-level unit in a duplex comes with an in-suite washer and dryer, as well as a spacious layout and laminate flooring.
The unit is located near Glen Stewart Park, Kew Gardens and Pantry Park, with a walk score of 88 out of 100.
38 Clearbrooke Circle: $1,700 per month
Located in the Rexdale-Kipling area, this 1-bedroom basement apartment is both comfy and convenient.
The unit features a modern and spacious layout, a private entrance, and in-suite laundry.
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149 Kitchener Avenue: $1,795 per month
This bright and modern unit is located in a triplex that backs onto Bert Robinson Park in the Caledonia-Fairbank neighbourhood, close to St. Clair West.
The one-bedroom unit has plenty of space and natural light, with gas and water included in the price and parking available on-site.
426 Kingston Road: $1,795 per month
This well-kept basement apartment in the east Danforth area is described as “exceptionally clean, bright, and spacious.”
It features a combined living area and bedroom, with one parking space included and an additional $100 per month for utilities per person, and $200 for a couple.
There you have it, friends — the cheapest one-bedroom apartments for rent in Toronto. Happy hunting!
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