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It's a spacious and bright single room with everything you need to enjoy a pleasant stay. There is a comfortable single sommier with a new mattress and a night table with a lamp.
There is a wooden table with chairs that you can use to study, work or enjoy your meals.
It also has a closet with shelves, drawers, hanging space and a large mirror. There is a library full of books and paintings and space to put your things.
The door window give access to the luminous living room allowing natural light to enter during the day.
It has a ceiling fan and heating during the winter and a TV to enjoy leisure time.
It's a quiet and silent room.
Location: Murillo St. between Juan B. Justo Av y Thames St.
It is a traditional house but remodeled with modern details. It has very cheerful rooms with a lot of natural light during the day. It has high ceilings and you can enjoy art everywhere all over the place.
There is a shared terrace where you can enjoy getting fresh air and sunbathing.
It has a covered patio set as a living room to relax and enjoy your meals. The roof has openings that allow you to see the sky giving a unique touch to the room.
The kitchen is fully equipped with oven, fridge, cupboard and all the necessary kitchen appliances to prepare vegetarian and vegan meals, since it's not allowed to cook meat!
The bathroom has hand wash, W.C. and shower, and you share it 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:
Iris tells us: "My house is unique because of its light, its color, its roof open to the sky. I love sitting on the couch and contemplating it."
Iris tells us about the neighborhood: "The neighborhood is quiet and close to everywhere. A little walk and we get to Centenario Park or Los Andes Park. Nearby there is a shopping area with Outlets of great brands to buy clothes at good prices and Palermo Soho and Hollywood with all its amusements. There are several bus and subway lines to get where we want in minutes, in addition to the San Martín and Urquiza trains. The colors of the sunset are beautiful and the trees give us the feeling of being in a vacation spot. "
Villa Crespo is situated in the heart of Buenos Aires, in the border with Palermo and Almagro. It has a bohemian origin, and nowadays it is known as a traditional neighborhood. It is often chosen because you could find peace and plenty means of transport, as train (línea San Martín), subway (línea B) and more than 20 bus lines.
Recently, the neighborhood faced an extreme makeover, with the extension of Palermo influence. Therefore, the price of properties raised and families started to share their traditional streets with boutique hotels, fancy restaurants and designers' shops. Art and literature are also winning new spaces in the narrow streets of Villa Crespo.
Its main attractions are: the Outlet area, where you could find more than 65 clothing brands, the Club Cultural Matienzo, the most famous place of the under culture, and pizza restaurants as Imperio or Napoles, very well known into the neighbors.
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Iris is 58 years old and a theater teacher. She likes painting, drawing, reading, cooking and she enjoys sports and dance. She defines herself as a hospitable and responsible person with very good mood.
She tells us: "I love traveling and I lived in family homes and hostels. So I understand very well the guests, who I love to receive with hospitality and help them guiding around Buenos Aires. I love good coexistence and travel stories. And I love active guests! People who come by my house feel accompanied when it comes to organizing their stay, and with a lot of dialogue about how to handle each other at home. Good communication is one of my strongest skills."
Iris has no pets but some cats of the neighbors sometimes visit her.
Languages spoken in the house
Spanish / English /
Nearby modes of transportation
TrainVilla Crespo Station, line San Martín, 7 blocks. Federico Lacroze Station, line Urquiza, 12 blocks.
SubwayMalabia station, line B, 7 blocks.
Buses34/166/55/109/110/15/24/106/141 and many more.