These open multi-level apartments embrace spaciousness and display a combination of antiques and modern touches that help create a unique environment with unparalleled design features for relaxation. They are the largest apartments for rent we offer, with spacious living rooms, antique mirrors, separate fully equipped kitchens, and French doors that welcome plenty of natural light. They show off the original two-storey height of the units, with a short set of stairs leading to the different areas of the apartments. Most of them also feature 15-foot high brick ceilings, which date back to the building’s origin, over a hundred years ago.
A charming heritage feeling to the bedroom areas of these apartments is given by designer staircases that lead either to a large upstairs open bedroom area or to the living room area, depending on the unit. A king size bed, antique bed side tables and closets, as well as decorative mirrors complete the elegant bedroom furnishings. Either floor to ceiling French windows of triple paned glass or imported German double-paned windows provide the perfect noise insulation to sleep comfortably in a big city like Buenos Aires.
Each apartment is this category has a full bathroom with shower stall, over-sized hand-carved mirrors and modern fixtures.
The comfortable and distinctive living room areas of these units include furnishings such as a large sofa which, in most cases, can be made into a full-sized bed. This is accompanied by chairs and a coffee table located atop a hand-woven rug from the Northern province of Salta which adorns the original refinished hardwood floors. Hanging from the antique ceilings are massive cut glass chandeliers that contribute to the elegance of these units.
Adjacent to the living room areas, the modern open American style kitchens are fully equipped and come with marble or granite counter tops which are a perfect place to prepare the meals that will be enjoyed in the stylish dining areas.
These luxurious contemporary features and antique furnishings are complemented by artworks from local Argentine artists.