Barrio Parque Aguirre, just a few blocks away from the historic center of San Isidro, while its architecture and urban design have nothing to do with the colonial traces. Built during the early decades of the twentieth century, the axis of the circular neighborhood is Juan Martin de Pueyrredón. From there, the streets are all cobbled curves and a labyrinth where spectacular houses with exquisite English gardens. This corner of San Isidro is always imbued with silence and tranquility. It is in these surroundings that we find this amazing house reminiscent of classic Italian on a plot of land of 2100 sqmt with an excellent and exquisitely landscaped and wooded garden with various species. A very luminous residence developed on three floors. On the ground floor, an important hall which distributes a manor livingroom with Boisserie. View and direct exit to the garden and elegant backyard, large dining area and desk. Everything with Slavonian oak floors.Toilette.Very pretty kitchen with breakfast area, large laundry room and two servant quarters. First floor: hall, large desk, 4 bedrooms (2 en suite), 3 bathrooms. Master suite with large walk-in closet, marble bathroom and a profusion of windows for exceptional views.Stairway to atelier.Central heating radiator, double covered car parking.24 hour guard and security cameras.
Tango, polo and Europe without the euro. That’s how some would describe Buenos Aires. The Argentine capital is known for its heavy European influences. The majority of porteños as the locals are known have Old World roots. Read more about luxury homes in ブエノスアイレス