Beautiful, Unique and Spacious House/Apartment is on 2 Floors ! (Ps13)
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- Wheel chair accessible:No
Palermo Soho apartment description
This fashionably appointed two-story apartment lies in the very center of the hippest shopping district in Buenos Aires—Palermo Soho. The generous 845 square feet of interior space is complemented by 390 square feet of outdoor patio space.
The high-ceilinged living room has been warmly furnished with an L-shaped, sectional Fradusco sofa and two Sophie chairs. The master bedroom is furnished with a linen-encased Fradusco bed flanked by mod side tables and lamps. The pillow-top mattresses in both the master and the downstairs bedrooms are made-up with luxuriant 600 thread-count cotton sheets, Calvin Klein blankets, designer duvet covers and down bedding. The master bed is queen-sized, the downstairs full. Both bedrooms come with ipod alarm clocks. Because the apartment gets lots of natural light, both bedrooms also have heavy curtains to keep out the light after any late nights out.
The apartment has two bathrooms, the master bathroom, upstairs has a glass-enclosed tub with a shower, the downstairs bathroom, a shower. The entertainment center is located in the living room—a 32' Samsung LCD connected to a DVD and an ipod-ready stereo system. The upstairs bedroom has a 26' LCD. Both televisions have cable.
The apartment has wireless high-speed internet access and an internet phone for unlimited calls to the USA/Canada * is available. A local cellular phone is provided for use around the city.
Walk out of the master bedroom onto a patio with custom made wooden table and chairs, a fully-equipped Argentine barbeque (parilla) and an outdoor shower, for sun-worshipers.
The apartment is entered through a private patio with cast-iron table and chairs, perfect for breakfast on the many fine mornings provided by the mild Argentine climate.
When you step out the front door, the hippest six square blocks of Buenos Aires are directly behind you. The monetary crisis of 2001 made imports unaffordable for locals. This sudden need to provide for themselves created a renaissance in local design and fashion. The standouts of this artistic awakening are within walking distance. Among the extraordinary designer boutiques, there are restaurants, cafes, bookstores and art workshops and galleries. (You can find listings and reviews of Argentine restaurants).
The block to the right of the apartment is a park, recently re-landscaped, where a farmers market is held on Saturday mornings.
Keywords: Luxury Apartment
- Vacation Rental
- Non Smoking Only
Bedrooms: 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4, Beds for 4
- King size beds (1)
Bathrooms: 2 Bathrooms
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils
- Air Conditioning
- Linens Provided
- CD Player
- Satellite / Cable
- DVD Player
- Mobile Phone
- Broadband Access
- Wireless Internet
- Outdoor Grill
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High Season 10/04/2011 - 04/30/2012...Night $200...Week $1205...Month $3620 Minimum Stay: 3 nights Holidays 12/20/2011 - 01/10/2013...Night $230...Week $1380 Minimum Stay: 7 nights Low Season 05/01/2012 - 09/30/2012...Night $175...Week $1050...Month $3150 Minimum Stay: 3 nights
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