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The room has a single bed, a window to the backyards, a desk, average-size closets and a fan for hot nights.
Gabriela’s apartment is located in Belgrano neighborhood. It is wide, luminous and it is decorated in a minimalist style. It’s on Conesa Street, between Mendoza and Olazabal. She’s an architect, so a clearly defined esthetic is guaranteed. This is a calm and quiet corner of Belgrano, and very well connected with the center of the city, Recoleta and Palermo by bus or metro.
The living room, which is parquet-floored and perfectly maintained, has white empty walls, and it’s very wide and almost unfurnished. It has a big window from where the light goes in, with view to the street, pillows and a bed which work as couches, a big coffee table, a TV set and CD player.
The kitchen is very modern and it’s perfectly equipped with all the devices you’ll need to spend a great stay.
Gabriela’s house has Internet connection. Besides, smocking is allowed in every room. In the nearby, you’ll find new coffee stores over Echeverria Street, the main gastronomic walk of Belgrano. 50 meters away from her house you’ll find a gym to exercise. You will also be just 6 blocks away from the traditional Cabildo Avenue and 7 from Juramento Avenue, the two main streets of this neighborhood.Accessibility is a plus: Juramento metro station is only 6 blocks away and around the building, you can catch more than 7 bus lines.
The rent includes all the bills (gas, electricity, building fees, water, internet Wi Fi and a house cleaning weekly)
Full use of facilities including:
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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Fee U$S 120 (?) | Depósito U$S 324 (?)
Gabriela is 41 years old and she is an architect. She rents 2 rooms in her home.
Languages spoken in the house
Nearby modes of transportation
TrainTrain: Belgrano R Station, line Mitre (3 blocks)
SubwaySubway: Juramento Station, line D (4 blocks)
BusesBuses: 41, 59, 60, 67, 68, 151, 168.