Palermo Chico Apartment Rental Photos and Description
In the parks district and just minutes from downtown BA
Very comfortable and cozy apartment in a Rationalist Style building. The apartment has been totally remodeled while maintaining its old school charm with high ceilings, spacious rooms and oak wood flooring.
The apartment is furnished with comfortable leather sofa and chair, entertainment center, a table with ample seating in the living/dining area.
The master bedroom has a queen size bed, the second bedroom has two single beds and an antique wood desk.
Wifi, Cable TV, DVD, microwave oven, full size refrigerator, clothes washer and all utensils needed for cooking and dining are furnished. The apartment is approx. 70 m2 or 750 ft2 and is located on the ground floor.
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair accessible
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- limited accessibility
I am from Argentina and my husband is originally from the USA but grew up in Argentina. We met and married in Argentina, moved to the USA where we lived for 15 years. We spent the following 15 years living and working in Latin America (Chile, Argentina and Mexico) and we finally decided to settle down and live in Buenos Aires.
We originally bought this apartment when a job transfer moved us away from Argentina. We wanted a good place to stay during our regular return visits to BA to see friends, family and enjoy the city we love. We wanted an apartment in the city, close to downtown but also close to the park district. We wanted a vibrant neighborhood environment with plenty of restaurants, shops and cafes, Palermo Chico has it all...and when we moved back to Argentina we bought an apartment in the same neighborhood to settled down in.
The apartment area is surrounded by parks with a rare and invigorating mix of nature and big city life. The nature setting in the midst of one of the worlds great cities attracts a constant stream of joggers, bikers, roller-bladers, paddle boaters, strollers, soccer players, Frisbee fans, picnics and always more than one unexpected surprise...
The neighborhood streets are tree lined on both sides and the branches form a canopy that shades the small shops, bakeries, flower kiosks, magazine stands, vegetable and butcher shops as well as a wide variety of restaurants. The area is only a short cab ride to the downtown businesses district that offers opera, ballet, theater, concerts, movies and shopping.