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The room has a desk with chairs, a single bed, large closets to store all your belongings and private bathroom. If you are an addict to your notebook, this is your place: Silvina has Internet Wi Fi all over the place!
From Silvina’s terrace, you have the feeling of being in a corner of Paris in spring: plants, flowers, benches like in the old parks and a table are part of the scene, which is completed with a magic view to the trees growing from the street and the elegant French-style buildings across the street, from this residential area of Belgrano neighborhood. Silvina lives in Barrancas de Belgrano, on 3 de Febrero Street, between Juramento and Mendoza streets.
Besides this magnificent place to enjoy all seasons, Silvina has a comfortable living room equipped with a 2 section couch, a pair of 2 single couches and a table for 6 people. Decoration is simple and tidy, matching the luminosity of the ambience. It also has cable TV, CD and DVD player and a fan. The kitchen is also big and it has all the necessary devices you will need to spend a joyful time.
Due to its strategic location and characteristics, this apartment is ideal for those who choose peaceful places, far from noise and crowd, but at the same time, close enough to leisure centers. You will be 5 blocks away from the junction between Cabildo and Juramento Avenues, heart of Belgrano neighborhood and one of the most neuralgic points of the city. From there, you can catch the D metro line, to Palermo, Recoleta and Centro or take the train to Recoleta and the north of the Greater Buenos Aires. You have also access to more than 10 bus lines to travel every where, if you prefer the open air.
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.
Belgrano 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 cinemas.
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Silvina is 27 years old and she is anthropologist.
Languages spoken in the house
Spanish / English /
Nearby modes of transportation
TrainTrain: Belgrano C Station, line Mitre (2 blocks)
SubwaySubway: Juramento Station, line D (4 blocks)
BusesBuses: 15, 29, 59, 60, 68, 118, 152, 168.