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11 Homes To Rent If You Wanna Ball Out For The Weekend In Toronto

Sadly in Toronto it's pretty normal for half of your paycheque to go towards rent.  

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For those of you who are not balling on a budget and looking to go on the ultimate stay-cation, look no further! These are 11 ridiculously cool places you can rent in Toronto for a large amount chunk of cash.  Maybe one day these will be a reality once we all win the lottery.

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1. Rosedale Victorian Designer Home

Features: Private enclosed garden, exposed brick walls, BBQ, and original Victorian working fireplace.

Accommodates: 7 people.

Cost per night: $294.00

2. 1700 Sq ft Loft. Downtown Toronto

Features: Pet friendly, exceptional location close to tourist attractions, large windows with lots of natural light and free parking on the premises.

Accommodates: 2 people.

Cost per night: $475.00

3. Toronto City Home

Features: Hot tub, close proximity to TTC stops, enclosed backyard, and a finished basement.

Accommodates: 6 people.

Cost per night: $300.00

4. Unique Luxurious Lakeside Loft 

Features: Complimentary gym access, 1 parking spot, and wheelchair accessible.

Accommodates: 4 people.

Cost per night: $800.00

5. Private Modern Warehouse Conversion

Features: Ample parking, heated concrete floors, wheelchair accessible, indoor fireplace, and hot tub.

Accommodates: 4 people.

Cost per night: $700.00

6. Luxurious Fashion District Condo 

Features: Access to the pool & gym, pet-friendly, rooftop patio, and wheelchair accessible.

Accommodates: 2 people.

Cost per night: $149.00

Photo creds -@VRBO

7. Luxury Designer Home Away from Home

Features: 34 built-in speakers for you to use with SONOS and Spotify, 24 hour monitored security alarm system, and remote blinds.

Accommodates: 6 people.

Cost per night: $455.00

Photo creds -@VRBO

8. The Beach House in the Prime Beach Neighborhood

Features: Outdoor pool with waterfall and built in hot tub, home gym, home theater Room and BBQ with dining area.

Accommodates: 8 people.

Cost per night: $679.00

9. Gorgeous 5 Bedroom Home with Outdoor Pool

Features: Outdoor pool, home theatre, outdoor TV and dining area, BBQ, and granite countertops throughout the entire house.

Accommodates: 8 people.

Cost per night: $553.00

10. Boutique Luxury Condo Downtown

Features: Floor-to-ceiling windows, downtown location close to TTC stops, in unit washer and dryer.

Accommodates: 4 people.

Cost per night: $566.00

11. Royal Panoramic Luxury Penthouse

Features: Close proximity to Billy Bishop airport, floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the city, 24/7 front desk security, and access to the hot tub.

Accommodates: 8 people.

Cost per night: $1053.00

Prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

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