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This huge and charming bedroom has a single bed, a desk with a chair and a lamp to study or work, a closet and a furniture with shelves and a nice mirror.
It has a big window that brings plenty of natural light during the day and faces into the building´s interior. It´s a very quiet and silence room. It also has heating and a fun for the summer.
The bathroom is next to the room and is shared with three people, it has sink, WC, shower and a bathtub.
Location: Cabildo Av. between Maure and Jorge Newbery Street, two blocks away from the subway.
This particular antique apartment has several bedrooms and a nice distribution hall. It has parquet floor. It´s a nice and bright apartment. The building is very quiet and has few apartments.
The kitchen is fully equipped, it has an industrial oven, fridge, microwave, and all the utensils you need to prepare your meals.
The bathroom is shared and has WC, sink, shower and a 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:
Marcela tells us: "I´ve been receiving guest from different nationalities for 10 years. They feel very comfortable as if they were on their own home."
Belgrano is one of the most residential and refined neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. It has a great amount of old and important lordly houses, most of them typical of the end of last century. On the other hand, modern, sophisticated, comfortable and, in some cases, spectacular apartment's buildings have been built on this neighborhood.
It is full of culture, tradition and history, and walking down its streets we can appreciate monuments, museums, libraries and fantastic parks.
Belgrano is crossed by Cabildo Avenue, where countless bus lines can be found, as well as the recently opened subway, which takes you to the center of the city, going through the neighborhoods of Palermo, Barrio Norte, all to Florida Street.
In Cabildo Avenue you can find all sorts of stores, from clothes, the best brands, to furniture, as well as restaurants, bars, theaters, museums and movie theaters.
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ROOM REFERENCE: 850
Fee U$S 120 (?) | Depósito U$S 212.07 (?)
Marcela is a visual artist of 66 years old that enjoys very much taking care of her plants. Currently she is attending to the Gardening School. She defines herself as a tolerant and supportive person.
Marcela tells us about herself:" I´m a professional painter and a counselor. I work coordinating therapeutics groups and with people with special needs."
There are two more rented bedrooms at this moment.
Languages spoken in the house
Nearby modes of transportation
TrainColegiales Station, Line Mitre, 5 blocks. Carranza Station, Line J.L Suarez, 5 blocks.
SubwayOlleros Station, Line D, 2 blocks
Buses152, 68, 41, 67, 161, 57, 60, 29, 15, 118, 64