Apartment for rent from € 52/day in Buenos Aires

Name/Address: 1br sunny spacious Recoleta terrace
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An excellent apartment with an exclusive private terrace. Fully renovated. View to the nearby parks and even the River Plate. All spaces have nice view and receive plenty of sun light. Perfectly well located, at a walking distance from subway, recoleta cemetery, avenida Santa Fe and Recoleta Village Cinema Complex. The fee includes cable tv, wi fi, linens and towells, microwave, coffee machine, washing machine, fridge and once a week cleaning service. An area of comfortable rowhouses during the early 20th century, it became a focus of highrise apartment development as early as the 1930s. Santa Fe Avenue became the preferred venue for upscale shopping in Buenos Aires during the 1950s and ’60s, and the profile of the area surrounding it grew in popularity among the emerging Argentine upper middle class, particularly after the 1961 demolition of the National Pentitentiary for the creation of the 8-hectare (20 acre) Las Heras Park. Real estate agents started touting “Barrio Norte” as a distinguishing feature in their advertising, expanding its reach into Balvanera and Old Palermo. Corner of Callao and Santa Fe Avenues. With the advent of popular indoor shopping malls in the 1980s, Santa Fe lost some of its allure, especially with theater-goers, even though it remains a very active commercial thoroughfare. It is also served by Line D of the subte (subway) and a large number of bus lines.

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