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This single bedroom is bright and comfortable and overlooks a quiet street. It is on the second floor of the house.
You will find a one and a half size bed, a bedside table and a huge closet with plenty of storage. You also will find a nice desk for study or work under a big window.
It also has heating for winter days and a fan for the summer so you can enjoy a pleasant stay all year long.
Location: Juana Azurduy St. between Superí y Roque Pérez Street.
It is a traditional house with a modern interior and very functional. It has two floors and you are going to enjoy a beautiful terrace full of plants and flowers and a view of inner courtyards full of vegetation.
You will find in the living room a comfortable coach and a TV for a relaxing time. There is a door window leading to the terrace. Next to it there is the dining room with a big table for six.
The kitchen is very spacious and bright, open and connected with the dining room. It has a bar with benches where you can have breakfast or a drink. It is fully equipped, with an oven, fridge, microwave and all the utensils you need to prepare your meals.
There are two bathrooms, one with sink, WC and shower on the first floor for your private use and a shared bathroom with bathtub and shower on the second floor at your disposal.
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:
Virginia tells us: "It is a happy and bright house."
Coghlan owes its name to the Coghlan railway station. The neighborhood is shaped like a pentagon. While many houses have their own gardens, the neighborhood also offers green areas. The neighborhood has its own Obeliscus: a brick tower that rises as a ventilation lighthouse, with a height of 35 meters. It borders the neighborhoods of Saavedra to the north, Núñez to the east, Belgrano to the southeast, and Villa Urquiza to the west.
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Virginia tells us about her neighborhood: "The house is in a residential and quiet neighborhood, in close proximity to Saavedra Park, it has bike and running tracks, plus free gym and yoga classes. It is two blocks from a commercial avenue and a few blocks from banks and shops. Ten minutes away is the DOT Shopping Center, with cinemas and entertainment."
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Virginia is a 64 years old psycho-pedagogical specialist who works with children at her home. She likes to travel a lot and she does it every year. She practices yoga and walks regularly through the Park. She enjoys going to the movies, concerts and cultural outings.
She defines herself as a person with a good predisposition and very friendly.
In her own words: "I receive students and guests regularly because my house is spacious, my children travel or live on their own and I like to interact with people from other places and cultures."
Languages spoken in the house
Spanish / English / Portuguese /
Nearby modes of transportation
TrainSaavedra Station, Line Mitre, 6 blocks. Coghlan Station, Line Mitre, 8 blocks.
SubwayCongreso Station, Line D, 9 Blocks.