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This nice room with a private bathroom is furnished with a single bed, a nightstand and a light, closets, a desk with a chair and bookshelves.
The room has cable TV. It has also air conditioning for the summer and heating for the cold days & nights.
There is a window that brings natural light inside the room.
Next to this room you can find a private bathroom only for you. It has shower, bathtub, W.C and sink.
Location: Paysandú Street between Planes Street & Franklin Street.
The house has a large communal space that works as a kitchen, living room and dining room. This space is furnished with: table and chairs, bookshelves, cd player, computer and internet connection.
The kitchen area has a fridge, microwave and all kitchen utensils.
This space is decorated with Horacio´s sculptures. It's very bright and has a big windows that overviews a patio with a grill.
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 facilities:
· Independent fridge and electric oven.
· The communal space.
· Cable TV.
· Air conditioning.
The house is located in a very nice and quiet environment and it's a great place to get to know the people who live there. If you like spending time outdoors, it has great parks and lots of green areas.
The neighbourhood of Caballito is located in the heart of Buenos Aires. It´s arquitecture consists mostly in low houses. Home of several argentine sculptors such as: Troiano Troiani, Luis Perlotti, Juan Carlos Ferraro, Lidia Battisti, among others.
In this "barrio" there´s a well-known park called Parque Rivadavia. Great place for philately lovers and used books, magazines, cassettes and discs.
Origin of the name "Caballito": The name is said to come from the horse-shaped weather vane from a local pulpería (bar) owned by an italian inmigrant named Nicolás Vila. Caballito meaning "Little horse".
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Horacio lives with Roxana in this warm house in the neighbourhood of Caballito. Horacio (65 years old) is a psychologist and Roxana (54 years old) is psychopedagogue and a tango and fado singer. They have a pet: Pichón, a turtle.
Horacio describes himself as a tenacious, creative and cheery person. He loves doing sculptures and aikido. He has his own school where he teaches this martial art.
Languages spoken in the house
Nearby modes of transportation
TrainCaballito Station (Sarmiento Line)
SubwayPrimera Junta Station - Puan Station (Line A)