|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Excellent duplex house in a gated community with fantastic views to the lawn of the CBF and the Finger of God. Flat terrain. Great location, close to the crafts fair and opposite the concentration of CBF. You can watch the training of teams and teams from your balcony! House with 5 rooms, 2 suites, 4 bathrooms, lounge with fireplace, winter lounge, dining / kitchen. The house is fully furnished. Beautiful lawn and recreation area with pool and barbecue. All rooms with balcony overlooking the lawn. Gated community, every plan, safely! One of the most beautiful views in Teresopolis. Great location, you can walk to the crafts fair, for CBF, the lake and Comary Club. Here is a mountain home with beautiful views of the Finger of God while close to the Alto Square, bars, restaurants, supermarket, shops and the famous craft fair that happens on weekends. Rent for daily, weekly or monthly. Possibility maid.
Granja Comary is the name by which he is known Bairro Carlos Guinles city of Teresopolis, state of Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil. The neighborhood has its origin in the blending of the old farm of Charles Guinles - called Granja Comary - conducted from 1951 Currently the neighborhood is well known for housing the headquarters of the Brazilian Football Team.
The Comary Granja is the local concentration of the selection, as well as other categories of center sponsored by the Brazilian Football Confederation training. The seat has more than 150 thousand square meters of green area, divided between five fields, infrastructure to serve the athletes and a modern training center.
The Grange also attracts tourists through the beautiful landscape of the Lake Comary (artificial) from where margins can be seen the peaks of the Organ Mountains, including the Finger of God. It is a 'postcard' in the municipality of Teresopolis
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Notes||50% no ato da reserva e 50% até 7 dias antes da entrada no imóvel|
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