This incredible home was completed in 1873, a true personification of the historic and bohemian neighbourhood of San Telmo. Over time, a beautiful mix of styles has been woven together to create the eclectic decor and ambience. The large windows provide warm natural light throughout the home and several stain glass gems add even more charm. The house sits on a quiet street which provides the perfect environment for enjoying the extensive library or quaint courtyard. Despite the historical nature of the home, all the amenities are decisively modern. This kitchen is fully-equipped for any stay and both bedrooms feature plush queen-sized beds. The birthplace of Buenos Aires, San Telmo has not lost any of its character over the years. Wander the streets and you'll discover quaint antique shops, open-air cafes and the occasional couple dancing tango in the park.
Minimum Stay:7 Days
Marcia is a high achiever based in Buenos Aires. She is also a licensed real estate sales associate ...More