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Located uptown Toronto, heart of downtown North York, the place fits for anyone who is seeking a quality living or convenience, now open to students or alike who might be considering to pursue their education or career in an English speaking mega-city, the famous multicultural-capital, named Toronto.
Dear all,
We are a loving professional couple that hopes to provide a warm and comfortable stay for people who choose the city for work and study. Larry works for bank, and Judy owns a small business. Our son goes to university and lives at dorm.
Larry is a big sports fan, and follows hockey, basketball, and golf. Judy enjoys swimming, reading, and taking care of Cooper, our 3 year old Pomeranian mix puppy.
Our suite used to be an Airbnb and we were just named 5 star super hosts early this year. Obviously we love to use our past experience to start a homestay service and we would like to learn new things through hospitality. In the past we have luckily accommodated conference attendants, museum guest speakers, school teachers, prep schoolers, oversea cadets and trainers, university level competition dance champions, international parents, home visiting natives, online education examiners, college students from Stanford and Michigan State, PaySquare employee from SF head quarter, newcomers and last but not least honeymooners.
Our high rise corner suite is newly renovated and furnished and two private rooms are move-in ready. All inclusive : hydro, electricity, washer/dryer, cooking utensils, furnitures and bedding, 500Mbps high speed internet, and TV. In addition the amenity include swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, bowling track, exercise room, poolroom, yoga room, study room, library, conference room, movie room, party room and guest room. 24 hours on site security and concierge. Parking can be accommodated.

Introduce our neighborhood
0) 4.5 blocks away from HWY401
1) 5 minute walk to Yonge-Shepard or Yonge-Empress Walk subways; Passport Canada Office; Bus#85 direct to York University subway;
2) 5 minute walk to North York Central Library, Civic Centre, City Hall and Service Ontario;
3) 2 to 10 minute walk to various private and public schools famous in town. Earl Haig, Claude Watson (CWSA), Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts, Clinton International, Toronto Central Academy, to name a few. Also about 2 to 3 subway away to reach TFS, Crescent School and Blyth Academy.
4) 5 minute walk to Empress Walk, Sheppard Centre and Whole Food Market;
5) Nearby right around corner and on or cross street a variety of multicultural diners and restaurants including some of dynamic and award winning brand names; one subway away from Shoppers Drug Mart, steps away from Tim Horton's, both are 24/7;
6) Neighborhood Willowdale Park and Trail, North York Tennis Club and Burnett Park;
7) One subway away to the world renowned Bayview Villiadge Shopping Mall;
8) Toronto Centre for the Arts, second to none world class performing art programs all year around. TDSB, Churches, temples and variety of religious sites and homes, 5 major national banks, walk in clinics, convenient stores, public parking and more that are all within the walking distance;
9)Lastman square weekly festival to celebrate multicultural way of life all summer long including food and beverage, music and dance, crafts and cosmetics and more, inviting you to an exotic adventure without costing a flight, they are presented to you right at where you are;,
10) Last but not least, a Canada Day firework, city-wide event once a year in the City Hall Lastman Square, and an amateur Toronto Marathon held in Empress Walk in May.

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