Home for Rent


Hamilton Ontario L8P 3Y1 Canada

Listing # 142018


Rates From CAD 2500 Monthly
Academic Pending Referred
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Last Updated: Monday, October 5, 2020

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This fully furnished, stylish house features 2,5 full floors of living space.
Conveniently located half a block from the many restaurants and shops of Locke St, walking distance to a number cafes, restaurants, and schools, and 2.3km away from McMaster hospital. Easy access to highways and to downtown Hamilton. Enjoy sunlit and open rooms: including main floor open concept living room/kitchen with fridge, gas stove, and dishwasher.
2nd floor features a spacious 4-piece bathroom and 2 bedrooms, with one bedroom converted to spacious and bright office space (but can also be used otherwise). Lots of closet space. Fully useable attic can be used as a 3rd bedroom, office, etc. Unfinished basement with laundry room, containing a Miele washing machine and dryer. Walk out from the kitchen to a bright and open deck. Street parking.
Option 'unfurnished' or 'semi furnished', as well extended rent July/August 2021 negotiable.

Basics:

Number of Bedrooms
3
Number of Bathrooms
1
Number of Offices
1
Surface Size
1440 Sq. Feet
Suited for
4 people
Property Type
House

Availability:

Available from Sunday, November 1, 2020 until Tuesday, August 31, 2021
Minimum Stay
6 month(s)
Flexible With Dates
Yes
Comments on Dates
after 07/31/2021 open availability
*Approximate location of the property is within the blue radius. Red markers indicate surrounding points of interest including schools, universities, libraries and museums.

City Hamilton
Postal Code - State or Province L8P 3Y1 ON
Country Canada
Neighborhood Keywords Kirkendall, Locke Street Area
Closest University McMaster University
University nearby University of Guelph, University of Toronto, Brock University, University of Waterloo, Queen's University, University of Toronto at Mississauga




Rental Price:

Asked
CAD 2500 Monthly

Rent Negotiable
Yes
Utilities Included
Yes
Cleaning Services Included
No

Surroundings:

  • Near Woods
  • Near Shops
  • Urban Environment
  • Near Restaurants
  • Near Mountains
  • Near Public Transports

Additional Information:

  • Furnished

Amenities:

  • Modern Kitchen
  • Washer
  • Dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Air-Conditioning
  • High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Network
  • Stairs
  • Balcony or Patio
  • Other: deck

Considerations:

Kid Friendly
Yes
Small Children Safe
Yes
Smoke Free
Yes
Pets Welcome
No
Car Available
No

Perform Housesitting Duties?:

No

About Member

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Academic Pending Confirmation Academic Faculty or Staff (Universities, Research Institutes, and Museums)
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Member referred by Andrew Roddick
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Member Since Sep 15 2020
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About Me
Dr. Petra Rethmann is professor of Anthropology, a faculty member in the Cultural Studies & Critical Theory program, and a member of the Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition. She is the author of Tundra Passages (2001) and co-editor of Globality: Frictions and Connections (in press), and the author of numerous articles that have appeared in edited volumes and in journals such as American Anthropologist, American Ethnologist, Anthropologica, Cultural Critique, and Anthropologie et Société. Her research is based in two main areas: Russia and South Africa. Over the past decade, she has devoted her attention to thinking about a number of interrelated issues concerning: cultural creativity and agency; the afterlife of particular historical movements and moments; the production of history and the place of art within it; fetishization and the violence of culture. In her writings on all of these issues she attends to questions of cultural politics and representation. Petra Rethmann is currently working on two book-length projects. The first one examines the cultural politics of left-wing collectives and movements that emerged in West Germany in the 1980s. The second project involves a critical interrogation of the South African anti-apartheid struggle, examined from a perspective of the future that never came into being.
https://socialsciences.mcmaster.ca/people/rethmann-petra

https://globalization.mcmaster.ca

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