Unique apartment in Buenos Aires downtown

Unique apartment in Buenos Aires downtown




May 2018

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
3 Bathrooms

About our home

The Pasaje de la Piedad, is undoubtedly the most emblematic passage of the porteños, now part of the historical heritage of the city of Buenos Aires. Built between 1888 and 1909 by the Italian architects and engineers Nicolás and José Canale with the noblest materials of the time; thanks to the vision and the dream of Antonio Gramajo, who was later Intendant of the City of Bs As. Located in the heart of the block, it is an oasis in the middle of the city. Notable figures of Buenos Aires culture lived on the site: Libertad Lamarque, Juan D'Arienzo, Miguel Calo, Jorge Donn, Enrique Carreras and Jorge Olmedo among others.

It is a unique and special house with 6 rooms located in the heart of the city of Buenos Aires, near the Obelisk, Avenida de Mayo and the places of greater culture and history of the city. Anyway, being located in the Passage the Pieta is an oasis of silence and calm

Recycled again respecting and taking advantage of its original structure (openings, pinotea floors) with materials of the best quality and level throughout the house. Full of light all day and a terrace with lots of green and where you can see domes of Buenos Aires. Ideal for demanding and with taste for art and culture. Possibilities for housing, offices, atelier, study, etc. All rooms have hot and cold air conditioners installed and in operation. The terrace is equipped with plants on all its outline and from it you get the best views of the city. The house was remodeled 7 years ago, the installation of three phase light with board, grounding, circuit breakers per phase and sectors, has high and low voltage protector. The distribution hall has a large double glazed glass window.

The house has a large living room whose original and pinotea openings overlook the Passage itself. Then it has a great second dining room. Fireplace in operation. Height of roofs 4m

It has two bedrooms, the master with en suite bathroom and the other with a mezzanine that functions as a desk. It also has a large dressing room and storage space for things. 3 bathrooms, two of them complete, one en suite

Large and cheerful kitchen with dining room. The kitchen is made with the best quality materials: Italian smeg electric oven, 5 cm carrara marble

On the second floor there is a laundry room and a third room currently used as a recording studio. This room has a third full bathroom. It has a pergola with the best views. The terrace is equipped with plants on all its outline and from it you get the best views of the city


More about us

  1. Hello! We are Mery, María Sorrosal; and Sebas, Sebastián Escofet. We are a couple and we live at Buenos Aires Argentina.

  2. We are both musicians. Sebas is an excellent composer that works mainly composing music for films. Mary is an entrepreneur that provides music team building activities. They play music together as @bambucanciones.

  3. We love music. We love art. We love culture and nature. We love traveling all around the world getting to know the spirit of each place and learning each culture´s music to then fuse it with other music.

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Where is it?


Congreso is an interesting neighborhood, which combines old cinemas and theaters, shops and extreme political flavor all in one. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods of Buenos Aires, where buildings still have that European aura.

The Av. 9 de Julio, separates Congress of the Microcenter. On Av. 9 de Julio and Corrientes is the famous Obelisk, which rises above the Oval Plaza of the Republic. Plaza Lavalle is surrounded by the President Roca School (1902), the Palace of Justice (1904) and the Teatro Colón (one of the most important lyric centers in the world). Nearby is also the Temple of the Israelite Congregation, the largest Argentine synagogue. Finally, it goes about ten blocks south of Plaza Lavalle to the Palacio del Congreso, along with its plaza and monument

Buzzy restaurants
El Cuartito- Avila- La Gran Taberna
Cool bars
La Academia- Celta Bar-Million-
Cozy cafés
36 Billares- Cafe Tortoni- Gato Negro- Mar Azul-
Bit of culture
Av de Mayo - San Telmo- La Boca-
Walks in the park
Spot of exercise
Puerto Madero
Day tripping
La Boca- Teatro Colon- San Telmo- Palermo- Recoleta- Puerto Madero

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