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The classic room is furnished with two single beds (but it can be rent to only one guest), big closets, a computer desk and a chair.
It has a fan for the summer & heating for the cold days & nights.
There is a window with view to the back of the building, that gives quiet to the room.
Location: Ayacucho between Guido and Quintana Streets, in the heart of Recoleta.
Classic single room to rent in a nice apartment in Recoleta neighborhood, just 4 blocks from subway Station Facultad de Derecho, line D.
There is a charming living room with many sofas, a TV, and a coffee table. In the dinning room you can see a table with 4 chairs and a library.
A fully equipped kitchen is at your disposal, containing an oven, a stove top, a microwave, a fridge with freezer, a kettle, and all kitchen utensils.
The shared bathroom has W.C and sink, and in the other shared bathroom you have a shower and bathtub.
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:
The kitchen, where you'll have a separate place in the fridge and kitchen cupboard for your food.
The living room.
The dinning room.
Wi Fi Internet.
The apartement is one block away from the traditionnal cafe La Biela, and meters away from the Recoleta cementery, the mall and moovie theater Village, the famous plaza Francia and its fair every week-end, parks and most prestigious museums of the city.
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.
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Fee U$S 120 (?) | Depósito U$S 270 (?)
Marta is 71 years-old. She used to work in journalism and in real estate. She define herself as "kind, intererested in society issues, and hospitable". She likes bridge, litterature and moovies. She speaks Spanish, English, Italian and French.
Languages spoken in the house
Spanish / English / French / Italian /
Nearby modes of transportation
TrainStation Retiro, Lines Mitre and Belgrano, 10 blocks away.
SubwayStation Facultad de Derecho, Line D.