guide to London
Apartments and Home Rentals
Located in southwestern Ontario in Middlesex County, London, Ontario has a population around 400,000 and is a great place to live and work. If you are thinking of moving to London, check out this guide to the city and to finding the London apartment rental that is right for you.
What to See and Do in London, Ontario
There is quite a bit to keep you busy if you rent an apartment in
London, Ontario. Check out sites like the Secrets of Radar Museum, Museum of Ontario Archaeology, Elsie Perrin Williams Estate, Banting House National Historic Site, and Eldon House Museum London. London has a lot to offer sports lovers, as well. You can take in a hockey game or utilize one of the city's recreation facilities or golf courses. The Grand Theatre brings in a variety of performances, like Orchestra London. There are also other smaller venues throughout the city. You'll also find several art galleries featuring local work. For family fun, visit Covent Garden Market or Storybook Gardens.
If you rent a London apartment, you will experience four distinctive seasons. Summers are humid with high temperatures, while fall and spring temperatures are fairly mild. Winter brings quite a bit of snow given London's proximity to Lake Huron, so winter sports are popular and accessible. Additionally, London is known for having frequent thunderstorms.
London Apartment Rentals
Whether you are looking for luxury accommodations or a one room loft, there is a London apartment rental that will meet your needs. Renting a room or small London apartment can cost from $300 to $600. Lofts or London apartments in the downtown area will cost more, but offer accessibility to downtown shops, restaurants, and nightlife. Two bedroom London apartments within walking distance of major parks start around $700. Check near the college campuses for more affordable London apartment rentals and a livelier demographic.