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8 Awesome Toronto Apartments You Can Now Rent For Under $1300

The year is almost over and perhaps your lease for rent is coming up. Are you looking for a new space to move because you're sick of your landlord? Or maybe you need to get a place closer to work. We all know real estate prices aren't cheap in Toronto and the dollar signs can be a huge problem when it comes to finding a new place. Here's a list of 8 awesome Toronto apartments you can rent right now for under $1300:

Read also: This Toronto Subway Map Will Show You How Much Rent Costs By Each Station

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1. 150 Dowling Avenue // $1,046.00

  • King & Gardiner
  • Walking distance to TTC
  • Bachelor/Studio
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Balcony
  • Parking

Check out listing here

2. 87 Jameson Ave // $1,049.00

  • Lakeshore & Jameson
  • Walking distance to TTC
  • Bachelor/Studio
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Balcony

Check out listing here

3. 33 Davisville Ave // $1,100.00

  • Yonge & Davisville
  • Bachelor
  • Water & heat included
  • Indoor pool
  • Walking distance from TTC
  • Fully equipped kitchen

Check out listing here

4. Dufferin & St Clair // $1,100

  • Basement bachelor
  • Wifi, cable, utlities included
  • Fully equipped and new kitchen appliances
  • Personal laundry room
  • Parking

Check out listing here

5. 55 Lisgar St. // $1,050.00

  • Queen West neighbourhood
  • Bachelor
  • Walking distance to TTC
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Hardwood floors

Check out listing here.

6. 954 Shaw St. // $1,150.00

  • Bloor and Dupont
  • Basement apartment
  • Newly equipped kitchen with appliances
  • Private laundry
  • Office area

Check out listing here

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7. Wychwood // $1,200.00 

  • Bathurst & St.Clair
  • 950 sq ft
  • 2 bedroom
  • Walking distance to TTC
  • Separate entrance
  • Laundry
  • 1 full bathroom

Check out listing here

8. The Junction // $1300

  • 1 bedroom
  • Newly renovated, never lived in.
  • Fully equipped kitchen with new appliances
  • All inclusive wifi, heat, hydro and water included.

Check out listing here

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