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The room consists of mezzanine plus private bathroom and has an lintegrated living room, , futon (two-body armchair), a small table with two chairs to be able to eat or study with furniture of storage of crockery at the bottom.
This comfortable independent and private room has on the mezzanine the double bed for two persons with backrest, a light table with lamp, a small piece of furniture for hanging clothes and shelves. It also has a library and chair for desktop use.
Location: Peru between Avenida Juan de Garay and Cochabamba, three blocks from the Center of San Telmo.
The room is located in a typical old PH of San Telmo, quiet, bright and very peaceful. It has independent access, with a mezzanine where the bed is separated from the private living area. It has a door to the inner courtyard and a small ventilation window at the top of the room that allows natural light to enter.
The kitchen is integrated with its own fridge, anafe, oven and kettle all exclusive for your use, but since you don't have cleaning space, the utensils you use the cans wash in the kitchen shared with the host, for which there is a container to store them and bring to wash in that kitchen.
On the mezzanine, double bed for two 2 people a light table with lamp, small placard to hang clothes and shelves. It also has a library and chair for you to read in the room space or sit and see the light of the day through your own window.
Rent includes payment for all services (gas, electricity, city taxes, expenses, Internet, change of sheets and towels and weekly cleaning).
The apartment is meters from Plaza Dorrego, in a horizontal property that has a terrace with many plants and with barbecue that you can also use. The space is comfortable for one or two people. The house is the original of an old 1929 property, with modernized services, where an architect developed a consortium of 6 departments connected by a corridor and a unified entrance. Just 5 blocks from Plaza Dorrego, nerve center of San Telmo, tourist center par excellence of the City of Buenos Aires.
Adriana says about her neighborhood: ""San Telmo is the historic and founding district of Buenos Aires. The house is 5 blocks from Plaza Dorrego, the place of greatest tourist concentration of the neighborhood, where art galleries, antique shops, artisans and souvenir sales venues prevail, plus the San Telmo market and great profusion of gastronomic establishments. On Sundays the square is filled with tourists who come to appreciate the goodness of the neighborhood, buy gifts, lunch, dine, snack and tour one of the oldest points of Buenos Aires. There are a lot of businesses: laundry shops, ice cream parlours, warehouses, verdules, supermarkets, shoe shops, mercerias, butchers, fishmongers, gyms. And many bars, cafes, restaurants, pubs, breweries. We are three blocks from Lezama Park
San Telmo borders the neighborhoods of La Boca and Barracas, two other historic and picturesque neighborhoods for sightseeing. Another appreciable gastronomic center, two blocks from home, is Avenida Caseros between Defensa and Peru streets.
We are also close (6 blocks) from Puerto Madero, the youngest neighborhood of the city, with great gastronomic offer, recreation and sports. And close to the main Ecological Reserve of Buenos Aires.
Several universities have establishments close to the house: UCA, UADE, UAI, Kennedy, San Andrés. "
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Marcela lives in this charming PH, she is 66 years old, works in tourist marketing (with Argentine destinations) from home. She lives alone, I have a daughter, married, and a 3-year-old grandson. He loves to travel, take care of plants, read and cook and share talks.
She tells us: "I have a lot of friends, of all ages. I have an excellent relationship with the Consortium's neighbors. I like to see someone enjoy what was my daughter's "department" until she got married."
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SubwayStation: Lima e Independencia (E) Constitucion (C)Blocks: 05 and 10
Buses22, 24, 28, 29, 39, 10, 17, 70, 67, 59, 60, 130, 152, 64,4, 53