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This single room in the heart of Recoleta is very bright, with huge windows that overlook a beautiful garden full of plants on one side, and on the other side it has direct access to the yard of the apartment! It's very private and quiet, ideal to study or relax.
It has a single bed with a lot of nice cushions surrounded by book shelves. There is a nightstand, a large desk where you can study or work, and a closet to put your clothes.
The room has its own air conditioning and heating.
Elisa describes it as following: "The room for me is litterally "a room with a view", with its big window that overlooks a beautiful garden".
The bathroom is complete, with a bathtub and it is shared with the host (even though she has a private toilette).
Location: Pacheco de Melo street, between Ayacucho and Junin streets, only 3 blocks from the Recoleta cemetery and Cultural center.
The apartment is in the ground floor of a building with a backyard and a view to a garden, which gives you the impression of being in a house.
The living room is bright and elegant and has direct access to the yard.
The kitchen is fully equipped, it has an oven, fridge, microwave, and all the utensils you need to prepare your meals.
There is an amazing yard with a table and chairs where you can enjoy a mealor read surrounded by plants.
The shared bathroom has WC, sink, shower and bathtub and it’s shared with the host (although she has a separated WC).
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:
Elisa ensures that you can live comfortably without crossing one another!
Recoleta is considered the most exquisite, charming and safest neighborhood of Buenos Aires.
It is characterized by its French style, large green spaces, exclusive avenues, and first-class bars and restaurants.
During weekends you can see a big contrast in this neighborhood with the famous Plaza Francia handicraft fair which attracts tourists, students and families.
Elisa tells us more about her neighborhood: "For me it's the most beautiful neighborhood of Buenos Aires, surrounded by green spaces, like Plaza Francia and Bosques de Palermo (Palermo Parks) and it's only 5 blocks away from Bellas Artes Museum. Las Heras Av. is one block away where you can find a lot of bus lines. Also you have the subway, line H and D, 3 and 6 block away each."
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Elisa is 69 and is retired. She defines herself as a joyful, social and warm person. She likes reading, knitting and enjoys walking.
In her own words: "I am a person who retired last year. I worked as a cultural manager in La Casa de Salta for 22 years. Art, travels, music and reading are my main interests."
Irma also lives in the apartment, she is 70 and works as an employee.
Languages spoken in the house
Spanish / English / French /
Nearby modes of transportation
TrainRetiro Station, Line Mitre, 15 blocks away.
SubwayLas Heras Station, Line H, 3 blocks. Callao station, line D, 6 blocks.
Buses10, 59, 102, 108, 110