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Vancouver 2 bedroom 2 bathroom MedsHousing Listing #1442 This 1050 2 bedroom/2 bath top floor (4th) corner unit was recently painted and a new carpet installed. the two bedrooms are at opposite corners of the unit, with a large dining and living room between them. The separate kitchen has a balcony. The large living room has a fireplace. There is secured parking, a storage locker and security to get into the building. the in-suite laundry is a big plus. Only one neighbour since the exit stairs are nearby. No Pets and NO SMOKING of any kind. Literally two blocks to the UBC hospital. It is partially furnished with kitchen table, dining table, wall storage, bed frame, dressers, study desk, couch. Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2 Furnished Long term $3,000.00 CAD / Month Contact Landlord here
As listed on MedsHousing.com Listing # 1289 Fully furnished 1 bedroom suit in the the beautiful upper mission. The suite has a private entrance and private patio for use by the tenant. Bedroom has a queen bed with a walk in closet with en-suite laundry and lake view. There is a full bath with a heated tile floor. Full kitchen with breakfast bar, small appliances and dinnerware all included. Close to beaches, hiking and minutes to downtown & hospital. TV, wifi and all utilities included, $1700/month. This is a non-smoking unit. Contact Landlord here
As listed on MedsHousing.com Listing #1966 Bright and new garden suite, centre hall plan, 2020 build located in the highly desirable and sought after lower mission area of Kelowna. 300m from lake Okanagan, 400m from public transit and Anne McClymont Elementary, 800m to Barn Owl Brewing, DunnEnzies Pizza, Sunshine Market and 7km to Kelowna General Hospital. Close to CNC and H2O. Fully furnished 2 bedroom (queen beds) plus 1 bath and full size in suite laundry. 960sq feet of living space. Parking onsite for 1 vehicle, no street parking. Rent includes all utilities. Available December/2021. Link to landlord here
kin12345 posted a topic in Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy DiscussionsHey everyone! I have a question for current MPT students at UBC... Is it common for students to live on/near campus or do people typically commute? (it would be 2+ hours each day for me) Any help is greatly appreciated and I'm looking forward to meeting everyone in the fall!