Modern Loft in Palermo Soho with Terrace
Palermo Soho, Capital Federal, Buenos Aires
- 2 bedrooms
- 1 bathroom
- 120 m² total space
- US$ 200 per night
- US$ 1,350 per week
DescriptionEnjoy sunny days and beautiful sunsets from the nicest terrace in Palermo Soho; walking distance from the best restaurants, bars, boutiques, and art galleries in Buenos Aires.
Palermo Soho is the heart of the cultural and artisanal renaissance transforming this bohemian neighborhood into a hub of activity for Argentines and well-informed tourists. Argentines come to this neighborhood for a coffee, for a walk, or just to hang out.
On Saturday mornings, just out the door, there is an incredible farmer’s market where you can find the freshest produce, the best meat, and incredible cheeses. On Saturday afternoons and all day Sunday the park is lined with artisans selling everything from leather goods, independent designer fashion, artwork, jewelry, to antiques.
This gorgeous 110 square meter (1100 square feet) loft was meticulously renovated with great care and details of the construction.
The first level is dedicated to: cuisine and music.!! It includes a fully equipped hi-fi sound system with 42” Panasonic plasma, a DVD player, and cable TV. There are two IPod mini plug connections to play music throughout the house and on the terrace. It also includes high-speed cable Internet with Wi-Fi signal. The newly renovated kitchen comes fully furnished. It is equipped for you to have wine and hors d’oeuvres or if you want to, prepare a full dinner. The first level also includes a toilet.
The second level includes two bedrooms and a full bathroom. One bedroom has a queen-sized bed, large mirrored closet, and a split air conditioning unit. The second bedroom has a super queen-sized and a twin bed. It also includes a desk and large closet. There is a second split air conditioning unit on this level.
The crowning jewel of the loft is definitely the terrace. Inspired by Dutch architectural design, the park side of the terrace is lined with eucalyptus wood. The backside of the terrace is the envy of every Argentine who has ever set foot in the house: the parrilla (Argentine charcoal BBQ). The BBQ area is lined with terra cotta ceramic and has its own sink/food preparation area. Between the front and the back of the terrace is an outdoor shower for those hot summer days. The terrace is also connected to the sound system so you can enjoy music while lounging in the sun.