Nice comfy new queen-sized bed with memory foam pillows in your own private room with a really sweet view of the Jardin mountain from the window. I love on 2nd floor so you have the whole first floor to yourself with big functional kitchen, huge hall with lots of plants and your own clean bathroom with a hot water shower. Excellent location in a classic urbanization of Medellin, right on the new Tranvia and close to centro. An authentic home of your own, peace and quiet but near it all.
'Unique' aptly describes this room (cozy w\sweet view), the apartment (finely built, classic), it's owner (founder of Medellin's "Try-Lingual Tours©"), the neighborhood (Buenos Aires: dynamic and rapidly-growing but not touristy) and everything that's going on in and around it (very chill but near it all). There are 2 distinct and impressive views, plenty of extra space to spread out in, plus a hot shower and a nice kitchen to enjoy.
This is a big, spacious apartment with 3 medium-sized rooms, 2.5 baths, huge entrance room and good, large, equipped kitchen. A 2nd story was built onto this apartment with a half bathroom and I live there, ensuring your full privacy. You are to free to enjoy the substantial shared spaces- the kitchen, hall, bathroom with hot shower and the extra room. The urbanization has several mini-markets, a sport\gym area, plenty of green spaces and 3 guarded entrances: the main, pedestrian one on Ayacucho right beneath the apartment; one open to cars; and one of which conveniently connects with the Tranvia station Loyola, named after the urbanization
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I'll make sure you have everything you need and will be living in the apartment's upper floor, respectful of your full privacy and out of your way. When at home I mostly hang out on my floor but will regularly use the shared spaces. I make coffee and occasionally cook a meal in the kitchen and will use the hall sometimes to teach an English or Spanish class. I also give tours of Medellin and am frequently gone for the whole day and\or night. I'm available and generally nearby when I'm not working or staying in Santa Elena.
Sometimes city noises enter front windows (but not your room), which overlook the famous "mellizas" of Ayacucho ("twins", so-named because the classic street gets wide and splits into two) on Calle Ayacucho. Busses, horns, the occasional kid revving his motorcycle, nothing crazy but fair warning.