Location and Comfort define this space. AP Sure! Silent! Comfortable! Building with elevator, Elevator, Caretaker and Concierge 24h. Area of 280sqm, 4 rooms; 5 bedrooms with closets, 2 suites; 4 bathrooms; kitchen and service area with cabinets and clotheslines. Wood flooring, modern lighting, recessed ceiling; 2 parking spaces. The ap is one block from Av. Do Contorno, in front of MHAB and TRE, close to Savassi, Neighborhoods of Lourdes, St. Augustine, Cidade Jardim, Villa Celestine Hotel, Mercury Hotel and Dom Cabral Foundation.
NUMBER OF GUESTS (1 in each room): 5
The apartment can accommodate up to 10 or more guests.
It is composed of 4 rooms (vestibule, living room for 2 environments, dining room, intimate living), 5 bedrooms with closets, one suite, toilet, bathroom, kitchen, laundry area large and 2 parking spaces.
The apartment has INTERNET of 120 megabytes of digital TV. The kitchen is stocked with utensils that allow you to cook and serve on the spot. The laundry area is large, with a washing machine and many roof rails.
The AP is fully furnished, equipped with appliances, kitchen with various utensils, in addition to bed, table and bath CLOTHES. INCLUDES MONTHLY CLEANING, in order to keep the atmosphere organized and cozy, as well as clean, well-kept bedding, table and bath.
It is nice and safe BUILDING, with porter and 24h doorman. The apartment is on the 3rd FLOOR of a 5-storey building, built in the 1970's, located at the most noble point of Av. Prudente de Morais, wooded and easily accessible, the main link between the Savassi region and the districts of Lourdes and St. Augustine, Luxembourg and Cidade Jardim, which has the highest quality of life in the city. It is very close to all kinds of shops, supermarkets, pharmacies, banks, bars, restaurants, av. Prudenete de Morais, Pythagoras College and Loyola College, Hotel Villa Celestinne and Mercury.
The APARTMENT receives sunlight, has a wooded view, is safe and quiet, airy and clear, elegant and spacious, well divided and comfortable. It allows guests to feel at ease, as all environments have privacy, also protected by curtains that provide clarity and or blackout in the environments.
Total number of meeting rooms: 4
Total number of rooms: 5
Total number of bathrooms: 4
Parking Spaces: 2 Free, Separate and Covered
Bedroom 1 - Suite: 1 Double Bed
Bedroom 2: 1 bunk bed
Bedroom 3: 1 Single Bed
Bedroom 4 - semi suite: 1 double bed
Bedroom 5 - Suite: 1 bunk bed
Living room: 1 single bed
Living rooms: 3 sofas
Guests will have private access to the entire apartment. Considering that it is a residence in a residential and family building, guests of both sexes can be admitted, as long as they undertake to remain silent and respect the rules of the condominium, and any practices that may disturb the quiet of the neighborhood and security of the condominium are forbidden. building. It is forbidden to hold parties or noises that could disturb the neighborhood after 10 pm. Pets are allowed. Smoking is allowed, provided that it refrains from smoking in the windows, so that the cigarette ashes do not fall in the common areas of the building.
As for TRANSPORTATION, the apartment is located in an area easily accessible, either to the center of the city, or to the neighborhoods of the south zone. We have a bus stop in the same block as the apartment and because it is located in one of the main communication routes of the city, there is always a taxi or Uber in the door ...
It is a noble and traditional neighborhood located in the South Zone of Belo Horizonte, close to Savassi and the districts of Lourdes and St. Augustine, Luxembourg and Cidade Jardim, which has the highest quality of life in the city. Cidade Jardim is considered one of the noblest neighborhoods in Belo Horizonte and, due to the proximity to Lourdes, the neighborhood, along with its neighbor, Luxemburgo, has one of the most valued square meters of the city. The main highlight of the neighborhood is the intense afforestation (hence the name Cidade Jardim, former nickname of BH). The main avenue of the neighborhood is Prudente de Moraes. Another important street is the Count of Linhares. It is an old quarter, designed in the 40s / 50s, and currently houses some of the city's most expensive mansions.
NEIGHBORHOODS interconnected: Jardim Cidade, Santo Antônio, Vila Paris, Luxembourg, Lourdes, Gutierrez, Saint Augustine, Heart of Jesus
We have a saying: "BH has no sea, so let's go to the bar". This is the motto of Belo Horizonte, where some neighborhoods stand out not only for the quantity of bars, but for the diversity of styles. From cold chopp, accompanied by a good snack, to an exquisite dish in one of several restaurants, it is possible to make a true gastronomic walk walking a few meters. If you still do not know what to do on the night of Belo Horizonte, just go to Av. Prudente de Morais or Savassi, you will certainly find some cool place to have fun. These regions stand out for their culture and diversity. In addition to the nightclubs and nightclubs, it is also easy to find cafes with live music, which share their space with bookstores, several bars that play pop-rock and samba, emphasizing that the rehearsals of the carnival blocks take place throughout the year. Another option is the neighborhood of Lourdes, where bars, nightclubs, restaurants, steakhouses and many beautiful people move the city. These are neighborhoods traditionally known for the bustling and differentiated nightlife.
The planned growth allowed the neighborhood to become one of the most valued in the city. And in addition to the tipping of more than 100 buildings in 2013, as well as the insertion of the place into a Special Guidelines Area (ADE), the region was protected from fierce real estate speculation. In addition to its beautiful residences dating from the beginning of the occupation of the neighborhood, and the emblematic old farmhouse of the Leitão Farm - present Abílio Barreto Museum -, the neighborhood preserves exuberant species of trees. This is the case of the Italian Ficus (Elastic Ficus) located at the corner of Sinval de Sá and Josafá Belo, also listed by patrimony. Walking through the neighborhood is also a taste of the time when Belo Horizonte was rightly called Cidade Jardim.
The neighborhood was created to receive wealthy families. Add to that the performance of Juscelino Kubitschek, then mayor of BH (1940 to 1945), who had only one idea in mind: modernizing the capital of Minas Gerais. The Cidade Jardim neighborhood was also in the sights of the mayor. It was JK who donated the land on Contorno Avenue, 7,919, for the construction of Loyola College, inaugurated in 1949. The Congregation of Angels also received from the city hall a lot, in Eduardo Porto Street, with an area of 5 thousand square meters. There, the São Paulo College was built, inaugurated in 1953. The triangular building that housed the Faculty of Dentistry of UFMG from 1953 to 2000 belonged four years ago to the Federal Police. Granted to the institution to house the National Museum of Forensic Sciences, he may be the first in Latin America dedicated to this end.
The official creation of the neighborhood was in 1948, through Law 39, of July 30. On paper, the definitions on the lots, which should have 1 thousand m2 of area, were on the paper. The lands were designed to receive residential buildings, except the three ceded by the city. Law 39 also prevented the division of lots and buildings with more than three floors. Another requirement was the creation of gardens in front of the buildings. The street Conde de Linhares was the first to receive residences. A significant moment was the channeling and closing of the Leitão stream in the 1970s, which allowed the opening of Avenida Prudente de Morais. The work intensified the occupation not only of the Garden City, but of other neighborhoods of the region, such as the Heart of Jesus and Saint Lucia, which began to be born at the end of the avenue.
The tree-lined streets with beautiful modernist and neocolonial residences give the feeling of being in a different neighborhood. The feeling is not wrong. Garden City is, above all, an urban concept, idealized by Englishman Ebenezer Howard. Inspired by the idea, in Belo Horizonte, engineer Lincoln Continentino, author of the Town Planning Plan, between 1938 and 1940, proposed the creation of a neighborhood - in the area occupied by the Afonso Pena Agricultural Colony - with wide roads, long blocks and privileged by green areas.Get the full listing »