Tucked away on a quiet Palermo street between Libertador and Las Heras only blocks away from the National Library and the Museum of Decorative Arts, this 80 meter square apartment is perfect for a couple wanting to spend a summer month in BsAs.
The building surrounds a huge patio/garden featuring huge flowering Floriponido and Hibiscus trees with every apartment having a view of the garden.
Two large pre-war windows greet you at the entrance and are the main source of light for the living/dining room. A library/office is set to the left of the entrance and the kitchen with a pass through bar mirrors it on the right.
Behind the main room sits the bedroom which was originally two rooms but was converted to a master suite by removing the interior wall between the two. The bath is large and features an unusual tub shower with a river stones bottom.
Up a ladder staircase is another work space/office.
There is a computer in the bedroom, wi-fi throughout the apartment, ample closet space and the kitchen, while not large is very workable with good appliances including a microwave and there is a small laundry room with a combination washer/dryer and a sink.
There are a number of very good restaurants nearby and excellent public transportation on both Libertador and Las Heras.
The apartment is airconditioned but is cool even without it.
Priced at U$D 2,500 for January 2013.
Security deposit of U$D 1,000 required, returned at checkout.
To visit, call Mickey Vail at (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) or (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) .
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