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It's a warm and spacious room, with a single bed, a desk with a chair and a whole closet and shelves at your disposal.
The bedroom has carpet and a big window that overlooks to the internal side of the building.
It has heating and a fan for the summer. It's a very quiet and silent room.
Location: Juncal St. between Larrea St. and Azcuenaga St., two blocks away from Pueyrredón Av., three from Santa Fe Av. And five from las Heras Av.
It is a classic apartment with several rooms that has a nice balcony overlooking the street which brings natural light to the place. It´s very quiet.
The dining-room has a fancy table next to the living-room that has several comfortable couches for relaxing.
The kitchen is fully equipped with oven, fridge, microwave, cabinets and all the necessary kitchen appliances. Next there is a room with a nice table with chairs where you can enjoy your meals.
You have a private toilet with sink, WC and a nice mirror and a bathroom with shower and bathtub that you share with the hostess and her daughter.
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:
Maria Jose tells us: "It´s a warm, spacious and well located apartment."
Recoleta is one of the city of Buenos Aires' most culturally and historically important neighborhoods, and for this reason many visitors choose to rent rooms in Recoleta. Here you can visit: the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (National Fine Arts Museum); the Museo Prohibido no Tocar (the "Not Touching is Prohibited" Museum); Plaza Francia with its weekend crafts fair; the Cementerio de Recoleta (Recoleta Cemetery), where Evita's famous tomb is located; the Iglesia del Pilar (del Pilar Church), which is the second-oldest in the city; and the Café La Biela, among other attractions.
The best thing about renting a room in Recoleta is that it's near the UBA's Colleges and several other well-known institutes where you can take a course, such as a Spanish course. If you enjoy living in a sophisticated and elegant neighborhood, choose Recoleta, which stands out because of its historical European architecture, and some of the rooms for rent even have these features, like this one. At night the movement is concentrated in front of the Recoleta Cemetery and Buenos Aires Design where there are lots of restaurants and pubs.
Maria Jose tells us about the neighborhood: "Recoleta is one of the best areas in Buenos Aires, surrounded by beautiful shops, the subway, many buses and some of the main avenues of the city."
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María José is a 59 years old housewife. She enjoys very much walking and she defines herself as a kind, polite, generous and friendly person. She loves to receive guests in her home.
Her daughter, Azul, also lives in the apartment. She is a 22 years old singer and speaks English.
Languages spoken in the house
Spanish / English /
Nearby modes of transportation
TrainRetiro Station, line Mitre, 20 blocks.
SubwayPueyrredón station, line D, 3 blocks. Las Heras station, line H, 5 bocks.