Lovely house in residential neighborhood

Lovely house in residential neighborhood

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
5 Bathrooms

About our home

Lovely, spacious, luminous, and fully equipped house with a large garden, barbecue area under a wisteria pergola with two dining tables, and a big swimming pool with solarium.
On the second floor two ensuite cozy bedrooms plus two bedrooms and a bathroom with bathtub can accommodate up to nine persons. There is also a den with a dinning table and a sofa bed to comfortably watch TV.
Downstairs, next to the kitchen, there is another bedroom with bathroom which is suitable for one person.
Air conditioning, central heating, wifi, and two smart TVs with Netflix.
Kitchen is equipped with all the necessary utensils and appliances, (gas stove with six burners plus oven, microwave, electric oven, blender, juicer, toaster, coffee machine, electric kettle), safety box and first aid kit. It also has a round table which can seat up to six people.
The neighborhood is very nice and quiet with cobblestone leafy streets ideal for healthy walks.
Downtown Buenos Aires is 40 minutes away by bus + train from downtown San Isidro.

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More about us

  1. We are a couple in our late fifties we've been married since 1986. We have four kids, three of them married and living in Mexico. Sweden, and Hawaii, the youngest is 21 and lives so far at home with us.

  2. We are both Architects although we quit Architecture in 2002 to begin our own company of tailor-made, private, exclusive books, MSB Storytelling. Because our kids live abroad and we work with clients around the world, we travel a lot. This next Christmas will be Eduardo's 60th birthday so we plan to gather the whole family by that time. We haven't decide the place yet but for sure it will be in North America as it it convenient for everybody.

  3. Our house was designed and built by Eduardo's late father who was founder of one of the largest and more important Architectural offices in Argentina. It has always belonged to the family. We bought it and moved with our kids in 2002 and have been living there since.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Very quiet residential area with easy access to traffic routes with buses.
One block far from B. Marquez avenue where buses circulate to San Isidro town (15 blocks away) and to the train station, best and easiest way to get to the amazing, busy, and always awake Buenos Aires city.
3 blocks away from the Jockey Club Golf and 12 from J. S. Fernández avenue, a commercial yet cozy street with nice shops, cafes, restaurants, cool bars, banks, book stores, beauty parlors, etc.

Buzzy restaurants
Convite, Maru Botana
Cool bars
Burton on Trent
Cozy cafés
Seven-eleven, Starbucks, Munchi's
Retail therapy
Supermarket, fish market, bakery, organic market and more are located up to 10 blocks away.
Bit of culture
San Isidro center is one of the oldest towns in Buenos Aires (young Argentina standards). It has old nice houses and a fantastic gothic style cathedral. During the weekends there's a craft fair.
Walks in the park
You can do a nice 5km (3 mile) walk around the Hipódromo de San Isidro (horse racetrack) just 6 blocks far, or around the San Isidro Golf Club, another golf course located 10 blocks away from the house
Spot of exercise
Lots of gym centers located in the area where you can go exercise.
Day tripping
You can stay at home and just chill out by the pool after a good barbecue or you can go to Buenos Aires City (about 25km far) and spend a hectic day visiting art galleries, museums, parks, and nice churches, you can taste the famous Argentine steak in all kinds of restaurants, you can enjoy the wide offer of theater plays or go to the movies, you can tour around interesting neighborhoods or indulge your self buying clothing at the nice stores. Buenos Aires, never a dull moment!

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