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This huge and charming bedroom has a queen-size bed on the mezzanine. Downstairs has a single bed used as a divan, a table with a chair and a big closet. It is connected to the yard and has a lot of natural light during the day. It's a very warm room.
It also has heating and a fan for the summer.
A few meters away is the bathroom for exclusive use, except for Angeles students while she is teaching at her house, only twice a week. It has sink, WC and shower.
Location: Quito between Muñiz and Marmol Street, three blocks away from Lezica Square.
It is an antique two-floor house with a nice terrace. It has big windows, high ceilings and parquet floor. It has a lot of natural light, spacious rooms with light colors. It's a very pleasant place.
The living-room has a big sofa in front of a stove and in the dining-room there is a table and chairs for four guests. They are connected to the yard where you can find a table and chairs to enjoy meals.
The kitchen has a lot of natural light and a little table to have breakfast. It is also connected to the yard and it has oven, fridge, and all the utensils you need to prepare your meals.
The terrace is on the second floor and it has a table with chairs and a lot of plants (The use should be consulted with the hostess).
The bathroom is for guest use and has WC, sink and shower.
Rent includes all bills and expenses (gas, electricity, building fees, water, internet access, change of sheets and towels, and weekly cleaning service).
Rent also includes full use of the home's facilities:
Almagro is a neighborhood that has personality and an identity that is mostly related to tango; it includes the Abasto neighborhood with its stories of political strongmen, tango and poetry.
There is also the Mercado del Abasto (Abasto Market), where a large fruit and vegetable market began operating in 1893; the original building was preserved and made into a shopping mall. Other notable places are the Carlos Gardel street, monument, and the brand new Carlos Gardel Museum (recently reopen) as well as the houses of Aníbal Trolilo and Luca Prodan.
In the area surrounding the Abasto Shopping Mall there are supermarkets, an international hotel, tango-themed restaurants, and many high-rise apartment buildings; for this reason, many visitors choose to rent rooms in Almagro and Abasto. On the main streets, including Ángel Gallardo, Estado de Israel, Córdoba, and Corrientes Avenues, many different bus lines are available and you also have access to the B Line of the subway.
Angela tells us: "Its a very nice neighborhood to walk and its very well connected".
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ROOM REFERENCE: 854
Fee U$S 120 (?) | Depósito U$S 196.36 (?)
Angela is a plastic artist of 59 years old who works as a painting teacher at her home. She enjoys very much philosophy, reading, going to the movies, gardening and she defines herself as a free spirit, honest and esthetic person.
Angela tells us: "Life interests me in its different manifestations".
Carlos is a therapist and sculptor of 63 years old.
At this moment is also living Christoph, a 20 years old German student.
In this house there is also Simon, Angela's friendly dog.
Languages spoken in the house
Spanish / English / French /
Nearby modes of transportation
TrainOnce Station, Sarmiento Line, 20 blocks.
SubwayRio de Janeiro Station, Line A, 3 blocks.
Buses132, 26, 86, 2, 103, others.