The SpaceHello! I live alone and I have a room, which will lease, the area is quiet Nuñez.Busco people have cool and clear basic rules (URL HIDDEN) frills, but is orderly and peaceful.
Practically what I offer is a place for single perosna, you can be quiet and also close to malls, the room is simple and private, has a bathroom shared only with me, you have easy access to central locations.
Núñez is a barrio or neighbourhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is on the northern edge of the city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata. The barrio of Belgrano is to the southeast; Saavedra and Coghlan are to the west; and Vicente López, in Buenos Aires Province, is to the north.
The barrio Núñez train station. It is bounded by Avenida Cabildo and Avenida Congreso, Crisólogo Larralde, Zapiola, Udaondo and Cantilo Streets, and Avenida General Paz.
The area is quite built-up with apartments and much commercial activity, especially along Avenida Cabildo and Avenida del Libertador. Residential streets are generally smart and upmarket, with leafy villas, just like much of the rest of the north of the city. There are two squares: Plaza Balcarce and Plaza Félix Lima. Between Avenida del Libertador and the shore, there are large areas of open space, including sports clubs, the extensive High-performance Athletics Center, and recreational areas.
One of the area's newest green spaces, the Parque de los Niños (English: Children's Park), was the site of a "city beach" inaugurated by Mayor Mauricio Macri in early 2009. It lacks access to the water, but features an acre-sized sandlot and beach umbrellas. This was the first of several similar new parks in the city.