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This charming bedroom is very comfortable, it has a single sommier, a bedside table with drawers, a desk with a chair and a lamp to study or work, nice shelves to put your books, and a whole closet with shelves at your disposal a space to hang up your clothes.
There is a big window that overlooks the inside of the building allowing natural light to enter during the day.
It has air conditioning for the summer and heating during the winter, ideal for a pleasant stay at any time of the year.
It is a quiet and silent room.
Location: Larrea St. between Juncal and Beruti streets, three blocks away from Santa Fe and Pueyrredón Av.
It is a bright and quiet apartment, decorated with bright colors giving the rooms a lot of warmth.
In the dining room you will find a table with chairs for six people. Next to it there is the living room, which has comfortable couches where you can relax. It is connected to the balcony through a door window that overlooks the interior of the building, allowing light to enter during the day.
The kitchen is fully equipped with oven, fridge, microwave, cupboard and all the necessary kitchen appliances. You will find a little table with two chairs to enjoy your meals.
The bathroom has a sink, WC, bathtub 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:
Clara tells us: "It is a super bright apartment since the sun revolves around the entire apartment, so it has light in all the rooms throughout the day. It's a small apartment but very well distributed and with all the facilities. It has a service entrance apart from the main one with a private pallier. My house has very good energy. "
Clara tells us about her neighborhood: "The apartment is excellently located, in the heart of Recoleta. Two blocks from two important avenues, squares, restaurants, coffee shops and a pharmacy. The two most important subway lines are 3 blocks away and several bus lines on both Santa Fe Av. and Pueyrredón Av., which take you to the north zone, as well as the south of the city."
Recoleta is one of Buenos Aires most culturally and historically important neighborhoods. It is called "the Argentine Paris" due to the French immigration since 1840 and its consequent architecture.
Within its limits are large cultural spaces, historical monuments, the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (National Fine Arts Museum), The National Library, Plaza Francia with its weekend crafts fair; Recoleta Cultural Center and the Cementerio de Recoleta (Recoleta Cemetery), where Evita's famous tomb is located and the Iglesia del Pilar (del Pilar Church), which is one of the oldest in the city, making it an important tourist and cultural center within the city.
The best thing about renting a room in Recoleta is that it's near to the University of Buenos Aires and several other well-known institutes where you can take some training courses.
The area near the Cemetery and the Recoleta Mall has a great nightlife, full of Pubs and restaurants.
Along Santa Fe Avenue you will find all kinds of shops and businesses.
It is a well connected area, both by bus lines and by subway.
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Clara is 64 years old and works independently transferring people or delivering things. She defines herself as a social, generous, supportive and caring person. She likes coking and driving and practices yoga and meditation.
She also loves sewing and textile design, particularly making clothes for children, it is a family tradition since it was transmitted by her grandmother and her mother.
Clara tells us: "I try to make my host feel at home, and to respect each other spaces. One thing that characterizes me is that by talking with people I always have some useful tips about my neighborhood."
Languages spoken in the house
Spanish / English /
Nearby modes of transportation
TrainEleven Station, Line Moreno, 15 blocks.
SubwayPueyrredón Station, line D, 3 blocks. Las Heras Station, line H, 5 blocks.
Buses118, 41, 12, 29, 64, 152, 39, 68, 111, 93.