Retro vintage apartment in villa Crespo

Retro vintage apartment in villa Crespo

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 3
1 Bathrooms
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About our home

Impeccable, very luminous department located in the neighborhood of Villa Crespo to 10 stables of Palermo, 5 stables to outlet zone, and two stables of the subway and stops of bus, counts with two quarters, balcony terrace with gridiron, bath with tub, cooks refrigerator with freezer, totally equipped, washing-machine, TV, Internet wifi. Decorated with vintage style. so cute ;)

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  1. When I finished school I moved to Buenos Aires where I got a degree on Theatre Arts and Crafts and worked on scene and costume design for theatre and photographic productions and TV. I love collecting antiques :)

    Currently I´m living in Brazil, I´m a young creative woman and my work shows such a spontaneity and vitality that transports us to jungle-like places and emotional states...

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Villa Crespo is a neighborhood located to the center of the Autonomous city of Buenos Aires. In this neighborhood there is placed the "Conventillo de la paloma", which gave name to Alberto Vaccarezza's famous sauce. A plate was placed in honor to Vaccarezza, Other Buildings are The Conservatoire Odeón, The Workshop of los hermanos Máspero, The Hotel Imperio, The Drugstore "El aguila", The Complex of the Factory Dell'Aqua. Between the business premises they tell themselves pizzerias as Imperio or Napoles (the latter recently changed of the corner of Dorrego and Av. Corrientes, to meters on the mentioned avenue) and restaurants like Comander, Los amigos or Los Chanchitos, very crowded.
As the only supermarket casher of the neighborhood, it is "100 % Casher", which is opposite the temple ACISBA. Between the bars there is the centenary bar "San Bernardo", where the players of billiards alternate with those of pool whereas in the tables there are organized items of dominoes. Another bar is "Los bohemios". Many of these streets were frequented by the writer Leopoldo Marechal, author of the already classic Adam Buenosayres, who lived in this neighborhood between 1910 and 1934.

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