Apartment with roof - For Sale - Villa Crespo, Capital Federal

138,000 USD

138,000 USD
 
Murillo 1100 - Villa Crespo, Capital Federal
New to the Market
ID: 421121014-3
Total Rooms:
3
Bedrooms:
2
Bathrooms
1
Total SqM
70
Lot Size:
73.00
Lot Size (m2)
73
Built Area (m²)
70
Year Built
1959

Num. of Floors:
5
Floor Level
4
English
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Auctioneer and Responsible Broker:

KARINA QUINTEROS CUCICBA 6571



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Bright 3 room apartment with Northwest orientation.
In front towards Darwin street.
Wide ambiences, it has 70 m2 covered.
Spacious living room with balcony overlooking the street.


Expenses approximated May 2019: $ 4000 (AYSA included)

Location: -Located 5 blocks from Subway Line B (Dorrego Station)
-Access to bus line: 19, 34, 42, 55, 65, 71, 76, 78, 90, 93, 108, 109, 111, 112, 127, 166, 176.
- 5 blocks from communal police station No. 15.
-Acceso avenidas Corrientes and Juan B. Justo.
-Close to several schools.
Community Description

Villa Crespo is a neighborhood located in the center of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. It is delimited by the San Martín General Railroad, Dorrego Avenue, Warnes Avenue, Paysandú, San Martin Avenue, Gaona Avenue, Angel Gallardo Avenue, State of Israel Avenue, Cordoba Avenue.
Its name comes from the surname of the Municipal Mayor Dr. Antonio F. Crespo, who sponsored the installation of the "National Factory of Footwear" whose installation, as well as the houses of those who worked there gave rise to the neighborhood. The area was between the current Avenida Raúl Scalabrini Ortiz (former Canning and originally "Camino del Ministro Inglés"), Av. Warnes (originally "Camino de Moreno"), Corrientes Avenue (which until mid-1937 was called Villa Crespo "Triunvirato") and Av. Juan B. Justo, whose layout at that time was occupied by Arroyo Maldonado. The name of the neighborhood is due to the auctioneers of those lands, which in honor of Mayor Crespo and encouraged by the Lebrero family, owner of them, began to name the place as the Villa de Crespo, because the auction had demarcated the location of the future plaza, the station, the police section, the school and other buildings that make up a village or town in formation.
As of 2008, a commercial pole was created, which led several apparel brands to install premises in Aguirre and Gurruchaga streets. The prices of rents and the territorial taxes increased considerably. This concentration of commercial premises led to the opening of the Aguirre Shopping Mall on July 30, 2011.
The commercial growth of Villa Crespo is sustained due to the commercial revitalization campaign promoted by the Neighborhood and Historical Studies Board of Villa Crespo and through the institutionalization of the Intendente Crespo Awards granted by that academic entity together with the Chamber of Commerce of Villa Crespo, promoting the local purchase and the reaffirmation of the neighborhood identity. Since the shops and companies that exhibit the name of the neighborhood in their marquees and advertisements are awarded. Which is reflected in the number of premises that were opening in the last ten years: in 2003 there were 1,550 against 1,053 in 1994, according to a survey of the Center for Studies for Metropolitan Economic Development (CEDEM) and the Secretariat of Production, Tourism and Development of the Buenos Aires Government.
Community Description

Villa Crespo is a neighborhood located in the center of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. It is delimited by the San Martín General Railroad, Dorrego Avenue, Warnes Avenue, Paysandú, San Martin Avenue, Gaona Avenue, Angel Gallardo Avenue, State of Israel Avenue, Cordoba Avenue.
Its name comes from the surname of the Municipal Mayor Dr. Antonio F. Crespo, who sponsored the installation of the "National Factory of Footwear" whose installation, as well as the houses of those who worked there gave rise to the neighborhood. The area was between the current Avenida Raúl Scalabrini Ortiz (former Canning and originally "Camino del Ministro Inglés"), Av. Warnes (originally "Camino de Moreno"), Corrientes Avenue (which until mid-1937 was called Villa Crespo "Triunvirato") and Av. Juan B. Justo, whose layout at that time was occupied by Arroyo Maldonado. The name of the neighborhood is due to the auctioneers of those lands, which in honor of Mayor Crespo and encouraged by the Lebrero family, owner of them, began to name the place as the Villa de Crespo, because the auction had demarcated the location of the future plaza, the station, the police section, the school and other buildings that make up a village or town in formation.
As of 2008, a commercial pole was created, which led several apparel brands to install premises in Aguirre and Gurruchaga streets. The prices of rents and the territorial taxes increased considerably. This concentration of commercial premises led to the opening of the Aguirre Shopping Mall on July 30, 2011.
The commercial growth of Villa Crespo is sustained due to the commercial revitalization campaign promoted by the Neighborhood and Historical Studies Board of Villa Crespo and through the institutionalization of the Intendente Crespo Awards granted by that academic entity together with the Chamber of Commerce of Villa Crespo, promoting the local purchase and the reaffirmation of the neighborhood identity. Since the shops and companies that exhibit the name of the neighborhood in their marquees and advertisements are awarded. Which is reflected in the number of premises that were opening in the last ten years: in 2003 there were 1,550 against 1,053 in 1994, according to a survey of the Center for Studies for Metropolitan Economic Development (CEDEM) and the Secretariat of Production, Tourism and Development of the Buenos Aires Government.

Features

Renovated
Balcony
Exterior Views
Lift/Elevator
Automatic Door
Floors - Hardwood
Gas Stove
Heat Pump
Kitchen - Extra
Unfurnished
Catchment Area for School
Near Motorway
Near Public Transportation
Near Subway
On Quiet Road
Residential
View - Great
NorthWest
CATV/cable
Electricity
Gas - Natural
Geothermal Energy

Rooms

Dimensions

Room Size

LivingRoom/DiningRoom
LivingRoom/DiningRoom
hermoso living comedor listo para usar!
6 x 3,5
21 m2

Bedroom
Bedroom
comodo y luminoso dormitorio al frente
3,5 x 3,5
12,35 m2

Bedroom
Bedroom
dormitorio a pulmon
3 x 3
9 m2

Kitchen
Kitchen
comoda cocina!
5 x 2,5
12,5 m2

Balcony
Balcony
balcon con vista abierta
2 x 1,5
3 m2

Bathroom
Bathroom
baño reciclado
1,5 x 1,5
3 m2

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Leonardo Cabrera - RE/MAX Emblema
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