Apartments for Short-Term Rent in Montevideo, Uruguay

Urban Heritage

Offers apartments for temporary rent in Ciudad Vieja.

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  1. My Danish husband and I fell in love with the Heritage Quarters of Montevideo seven years ago, we had moved because of my husbands posición as General Mananger of Maersk . As an architect I dreamed of restoring the Cuidad Vieja and bring back the grandeur of these architectural gems one finds in this unique rich Urban space, and four years later we have restored more than 6000square meters of early 20th century architecture. We comercialize the buildings, hand picking the tenants, orientated in design, restaurants, art galleries, high end fashion designers,etc. The Ciudad Vieja is a península, with one of the most important gateways, the Port of Montevideo. There is a Ferry that crosses from Buenos Aires, and the cruise ships from different parts of the world Dock at Port. The península has the highest concentration of cultural activities, from musuems, art galleries, artistic work shops , wine tasting, high end gourmet, street fairs, etc. The vibe is incredible.
    We decides to turn our early 20th century building into four temporary rent apartments, Fully restored, high end design, contemporary spaces with in an early 20th century building. Two bedroom, two bathrooms, apartment, with ample ,high ceiling, luminous living room and dining dining Room, TV Room, prívate wooden deck Terrace/Barbeque.
    We would love to invite you to be our guests in one of these unique apartments.
    Our contact information is
    Tel: 00598 93 7000 11
    Local: 093 7000 11
    Please contact us for more information, we are happy to answer any questions you might have.
    Best Regards
    Olenka Bethe

    Olenka Bethe

    21 Jan 14 at 10:05 am

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