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The room is furnished with two single beds, a night tables and a light, 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 that brings natural light inside the room.
Few steps away from the room you can find the shared bathroom.
Location: Azcuenaga St. between Sarmiento St. & Tte. Gral. Juan Domingo Perón St.
Single room with double bed and shared bathroom to rent in a 1st floor apartment in Balvanera.
The apartment has a living & dining room with a sofa, a plasma TV with Cable TV, a table with chairs, a stereo and stacks of books.
A equipped kitchen is at your disposal containing: oven, stove top, fridge with freezer, a kettle, and all kitchen utensils.
The shared bathroom has shower, bath, W.C and sink. And it`ll be shared with only one person.
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 including:
Alciras apartment is very well located, it has a great variety of public transport such as train, subway and buses.
Also the nieghbourhood due to it´s proximity to Once (famous neighbourhood know for its cheap shops) has plenty of shops where you can find almost everything!
Balvanera is a different, active and changing neighbourhood. It has a high population density and lots of traffic. Many students for all over the country walk by it´s streets every day to study in the different universities of the area.
This neighborhood has its own personality, it’s full of students and it’s a mix of cultures: jewishs, koreans, chinese and peruvian live here.
The main streets of Balvanera are: Rivadavia Avenue, (which crosses the entire city from East to West), Corrientes Avenue (which is the main thoroughfare of commerce and entertainment in Buenos Aires) and Cordoba Avenue (that divides the neighbourhoods of Recoleta and Balvanera).
-National Congress: The kilómetro cero reference, from which all argentine routes count the distance to Buenos Aires and is marked by a monolith in Plaza Congreso.
-Plaza Miserere: Usually taken up by illegal peddlers, people queuing for their bus, and preachers of all stripes.
-El Molino Confitería: Is an art nouveau coffeehouse located on the corner of Callao and Rivadavia Avenues.
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Fee U$S 120 (?) | Depósito U$S 298.08 (?)
Alcira lives in this apartment. She is 58 years olds and works as a psicologist. She is mother of four grown and independent children. She describes herself as an inteligent, neat and kind person. In her free times, she enjoys reading, writing and cooking.
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Nearby modes of transportation
TrainOnce station (4 blocks)
SubwayPasteur station, line B (3 blocks)