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It's a very nice and bright bedroom. It has a comfortable single sommier with a bedside table and its lamp, a desk with its respective chair and lamp so you can work or study and a large closet with shelves, drawers and space to hang and store your things.
The room faces the street and has a large window overlooking the trees on the street that gives natural light during the day.
It has air conditioning and heating, so you can have a pleasant stay at any time of the year.
Location: Conde St., between Virrey Loreto and Virrey Arredondo streets.
It is a modern apartment with spacious and very bright environments. It has a nice terrace with plants to enjoy outdoors.
In the living room you will find very comfortable sofas to relax or read a book. It has a beautiful window that allows light to enter during the day giving the environment a lot of warmth.
The kitchen is fully equipped with oven, fridge, microwave, cupboard and all the necessary kitchen appliances. There is also a table to enjoy your meals.
There is a full bathroom at your disposal to be shared with the hostess with hand wash, W.C., bathtub and shower.
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:
Adriana tells us: "My apartment is quite spacious and cozy, it has several paintings painted by me, it has a modern style with several ornaments from my stay in Mexico. It is very quiet, the neighbors are a bit far and it feels like a house because I have a large terrace and another patio near the room for sunbathing. The kitchen is spacious and you can enjoy your meals in it. For several years I have had guests and they have always stayed a long time and they have felt comfortable living in my house and I also enjoy the company. "
Adriana tells us about the neighborhood: "The neighborhood is very quiet since it is a residential area and very wooded, ideal for walking around. There is a square 4 blocks away where you can go sunbathing, an eco-bike 3 blocks away, and a bike path 1 block. It's a very safe and quite area during the week. You can find several coffees stores, brewery, supermarkets, banks 3 blocks away and they are building a shopping 15 blocks away."
Colegiales is special because it is one of the neighborhoods with the highest quality of life in the City of Buenos Aires. Some places to visit are the Mercado de Pulgas de Dorrego (Dorrego Flea Market), a large storehouse where you can find all kinds of curiosities in addition to antiques (especially furniture, pieces of art and items from all time periods and styles); there's also Plaza Mafalda, which pays homage to one of the most important comic strip characters, created by Quino.
The best thing about renting in Colegiales is that you share the area with an increasing amount of filming situations since many TV and radio production companies have moved into the area, but at the same time you have a peaceful neighborhood with a high quality of life.
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Adriana is 66 years old, she is a pharmacist and dance therapist. She defines herself as a calm, attentive and supportive person. She likes to listen to music, dancing and reading.
Adriana tells us: "I am a creative person and I currently stopped working, so I want to travel and spend my time in new activities. An anecdote I have is that my Venezuelan guest who lived for 3 years at home wouldn't decide to go live with her boyfriend because she liked it so much here, so in the end I convinced her to make the big step!"
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Nearby modes of transportation
TrainColegiales Station, Line Mitre, 8 blocks.
SubwayJosé Hernández Statio, Line D, 12 blocks.
Buses151, 168, 140, 19, 44, 80, 65