San Telmo House Rental Photos and Description
Has 7 Bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, 1 half, can sleep 16 in real beds!
A Landmarked Building - a 'Casco Historico', it is perhaps the only building remaining in San Telmo that has been unchanged since it was built in 1919.
Some of the facilities of the house include:
- 7 bedrooms which can easily accommodate large groups
- Sunny garden to the rear complete with swimming pool & Argentinian parrilla (BBQ)
- Roof terrace & outdoor kitchen with views over the Buenos Aires skyline
- Spacious kitchen & dining area provide ample space for guests to cook, eat & relax
- Argentina's fastest available WiFi throughout every floor of the house
We welcome groups of all sizes, however we only rent to one group at a time.
The cost of rental depends on the number of people in your group.
- Up to 8 people is $300 per night.
- 8 - 12 people $400 per night.
- 12 or more people $500 per night.
We are always willing to work within people's budgets however and children under 5 are free.
We provide assistance 24 hours a day in case you have any questions, or requirements during your stay.
- children welcome
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Senior Adults Only Community
- Events Allowed
- smoking allowed
- wheelchair accessible
- pets considered
I am an American expatriate who travels but considers Buenos Aires home now. I no longer live in Argentina more than a few months a year.
I have many friends here. Tango teachers, sailors, antique dealers. I can arrange help for people--regardless of there interests--help first time visitors find what they are looking for--day and night.
Why did I buy the property? It was a singular opportunity. The peso had crashed and it was possible to buy this sort of house for a small fraction of its value and labor so inexpensive that it was possible to restore it.
San Telmo ('Saint Pedro González Telmo') is the oldest barrio (neighborhood) of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is a well-preserved area of the Argentine metropolis and is characterized by its colonial buildings. Cafes, tango parlors and antique shops line the cobblestone streets, which are often filled with artists and dancers.