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The room is in the first floor. It’s a wide room, with average-size closets, cable TV and a single bed.
Marina lives in an old recycled colonial house. The decoration is so trendy! The house is located in Palermo neighborhood, between Gorriti and Cabrera Streets, a strategic position to move all over the city. A hot spot to find restaurants and discos.
The house has an internal courtyard, sunny and parquet-floored. It is simply and tidy. The living room has an amazing couch, cable TV (HD), CD and DVD player, a fan and a coffee table. The kitchen is equipped with all the devices you need to spend an enjoyable stay.
There are 3 unbelievable extras: a beautiful garden, Wi Fi Internet all over the place and… a swimming pool! If you are interested in this property, you should know first that Marina has a cat.
Location is excellent, only 2 blocks away from Scalabrini Ortiz Avenue, from where you can take several bus lines which connect the neighborhood with other points of Palermo, Recoleta and Belgrano.
The rent includes all the bills (gas, electricity, building fees, water, internet Wi Fi)
Full use of facilities including:
The kitchen, where you’ll have a separate place in the fridge and in the kitchen cupboard to put all your food.
The living room
The dining room
This part of Palermo is cherished by bohemians and intellectuals alike, it’s the place of the trendy gastronomy and porteña night life. From its center in Plaza Cortazar
(just 8 blocks from the house), you can enjoy an explosive and excellent offer of designed items-clothing and decoration- and contemporary art galleries.
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Fee U$S 100 (?) | Depósito U$S 433 (?)
Marina works in the insurance area. She rents 2 rooms for foreigners in her house. In her own words: I’m Marina, I was born in Buenos Aires. I studied Political Sciences. I love to travel (it’s my hobby), 4 month per year I am traveling around the world. I like knowing about different cultures, and because I have a big home I welcome people from all places. I am very sociable and have a lot of friends.
Languages spoken in the house
Spanish / English /
Nearby modes of transportation
SubwaySubway: S. Ortiz Station, line D (7 blocks)
BusesBuses: 15, 57, 110, 141, 160.