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It is a spacious and bright room with everything you need to enjoy a pleasant stay.
There is a one and a half bed size very comfortable, with a bedside table and a nightstand and a desk, ideal to study or work.
You will have at your disposal a large closet with plenty of space to store your things and shelves to store books.
To make your stay safer you have a security box in your room and a key in your door so you can close your room when you go out.
It has a ceiling fan and heating during the winter so you can enjoy a good stay throughout the year.
There is a window with open view to gardens of the building interior on a high floor, which makes the room a bright, ventilated and quiet environment.
Location: Jorge Newbery St. between Ciudad de la Paz y Zapata St., two blocks away from Cabildo Av.
It's a cheerful and bright apartment. Upon entering you will find the dining room with a table for six people and then there is the living room with a large and comfortable sofa in front of a TV to enjoy a good movie. It has a large window that connects to the balcony that gives light and warmth to the environment. In the balcony there is a table and chairs so you can enjoy an open view of the gardens and eat outdoors.
The kitchen is very well equipped, with refrigerator, oven, cupboards and all necessary kitchen utensils. There is a daily dining room with 4 chairs and an important table to prepare your meals.
There is a bathroom with hand wash, W.C. bathtub and shower for shared use with the hostess.
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:
Norma tells us: "My house has a modern style, it's very cheerful and cool, and there are many plants that I enjoy a lot. Two years ago I renewed the kitchen and bathroom. You will feel at home. I have been a hostess for many years and my experience with guests is very satisfactory. I still keep in touch with many of them and when they come to Buenos Aires we have beautiful reunions, not only with them but also with their families when they visit."
Norma tells us about her neighborhood: "I love living here, I feel safe and calm and I have everything within my reach. One block away is the Metrobus with all the bus lines that you will need to get to know our beautiful city. Three blocks away is the subway line D where you can make the combinations you need. There are four well-known supermarkets, Coto, Carrefour, Día and Jumbo, in the surrounding area. There are bicisenda and many coffee stores to enjoy a spectacular breakfast. The area is very safe and there is virtual security in the building every night. There are open pharmacies and drugstores 24 hours a day. I love living here."
Colegiales is special because it is one of the neighborhoods with the highest quality of life in the City of Buenos Aires. Some places to visit are the Mercado de Pulgas de Dorrego (Dorrego Flea Market), a large storehouse where you can find all kinds of curiosities in addition to antiques (especially furniture, pieces of art and items from all time periods and styles); there's also Plaza Mafalda, which pays homage to one of the most important comic strip characters, created by Quino.
The best thing about renting in Colegiales is that you share the area with an increasing amount of filming situations since many TV and radio production companies have moved into the area, but at the same time you have a peaceful neighborhood with a high quality of life.
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Norma is 68 years old and is a teacher, currently retired. She likes cooking and meeting friends. She defines herself as an active, supportive and independent person.
She tells us: "I love plants, meeting friends, I am very sociable and I love the cultural exchange with other people, that's why I like to have students."
Languages spoken in the house
Spanish / English /
Nearby modes of transportation
TrainColegiales Station, 4 blocks Belgrano C Station, 10 blocks
SubwayOlleros Station, line D, 3 blocks
Buses152, 68, 60, 59, 41, 101, 67, 15, 42, 63, 118, 93, 57 (to Pilar and Lujan)