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It´s a small but charming room, with a single bed, a desk with a chair and a lamp to study or work. It also has a whole closet with drawers and shelves at your disposal.
It has a window overlooking the balcony that overlooks the interior of the building allowing natural light to enter during the day
It has a fan and central heating during the winter.
It is a quiet and silent room, ideal for a pleasant stay at any time of the year.
Location: Migueletes between La Pampa and José Hernández Streets.
The apartment is in a classic building, it overlooks the interior so it is very quiet and silent, has bright environments with parquet floors.
Upon entering you will find the dining room that has a table with very comfortable chairs for six people. Next to it there is the living room, which has a couch in front of a smart TV where you can enjoy watching movies and two individual sofas to 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 giving the rooms a lot of warmth.
The kitchen is totally renovated and fully equipped with two ovens, fridge, microwave, cupboard and all the necessary kitchen appliances. You will find a beautiful daily dining room with a round table and chairs to enjoy your meals. On the wall there is a TV so it's a room where you can also enjoy leisure time.
The bathroom has a sink, WC, bathtub and shower and you share it with the hostess and another possible guest. There is another toilet at your disposal also to share.
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:
Beatriz tells us: "I like people to feel good at my home, I do my best to make that happen."
Beatriz tells us about her neighborhood: "It's a very nice area, with some shops, two supermarkets very close. You will find everything that you need: several bus lines (more than 10 within 3 blocks), train station at 4 blocks and subway at 12 blocks. There is a nice square 2 blocks away, and movie theatres 10 minutes walking".
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.
It 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 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 movie theaters.
It has large green spaces, such as the Barrancas de Belgrano and The Manuel Belgrano square. Opposite the square is the Sarmiento Museum that was the seat of the National Government and the Immaculate Conception church, which was the first church in the neighborhood.
On the other side of the General Bartolomé Mitre Railroad tracks that runs at the foot of the Barrancas de Belgrano is Chinatown.
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Beatriz is 72 years old and is retired. She is studying Italian and practices yoga. She likes going out, reading, going to the movies and watching TV. She defines herself as a friendly, quiet and tolerant person.
Beatriz tells us: "I like receiving guests to meet new people and other cultures."
She rents another room in her apartment.
Languages spoken in the house
Spanish / Italian /
Nearby modes of transportation
TrainBelgrano C Station, Line Mitre, 4 blocks.
SubwayJose Hernandez Station, Line D, 12 blocks.