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Markham House

784 Markham St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Markham House
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed December 23, 2009

The house and room were spotlessly clean per my wife. A street parking permit was extra at $17.50 per week. No problems finding parking spot. The 2nd floor bedroom was small (~10' x 10') and the bed was only a double - we are used to a queen-size. Room wouldn't accomodate a larger bed. The sheets were flannel, which was... More 

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