May 17, 2022 4:24 am

These are the most expensive and cheapest apartments with a terrace on the market

The summer season has started and with it, the time when the uncovered square meters are the most coveted. The arrival of the coronavirus pandemic and mandatory isolation revalued outdoor spaces, which soon became invaluable real estate assets for both owners and renters.

Although specialists in the sector agree that, in general, all uncovered m² are well valued in the market, even more so in large cities, there are some Aspects to consider before investing in this type of property. Among them, the brokers They advise: calculate the value of the m² in the open air according to the amount of total m² of the property; consider if it can be used as another environment; Take into account if you have a view of a park, square or the river or a panoramic view of the city and do not lose sight of the area where the building is located and the category of construction. All these points influence the value of the unit. Now, how much does a unit with these characteristics cost is the question asked by those who seek connection with the outside world. In this context, LA NACION accessed the ranking of the five most expensive departments published and also the most accessible

1. Department in Belgrano

The living room of the apartment located in Bajo Belgrano. Photo: courtesy ZonaProp

Located on Ramsay street in Belgrano, this flat, marketed by the Interwin real estate company and published in ZonaProp, has six spacious rooms that are characterized by their luminosity. It has two bedrooms en suite, a master suite with a dressing room, two full bathrooms, a living-dining room with access to a terraced balcony, kitchen with daily dining room and access to a terrace. In addition, it has a separate laundry room, four parking spaces / garages and storage.

The terrace of the unit.  Photo: courtesy ZonaProp
The terrace of the unit. Photo: courtesy ZonaProp

2. Triplex in Forum Alcorta

This triplex has panoramic views.  Photo: courtesy ZonaProp
This triplex has panoramic views. Photo: courtesy ZonaProp

The unit is located in the exclusive building in Bajo Belgrano and is published in Mercado Libre. It has six rooms, four bedrooms, living room, dressing room, six bathrooms and terrace with hydromassage. The building has a barbeque, swimming pool, games room, sauna, SUM, gym and surveillance. Expenses amount to $43,000.

The pool on the terrace, one of its strong points.  Photo: courtesy ZonaProp
The pool on the terrace, one of its strong points. Photo: courtesy ZonaProp

3. Penthouse in Las Cañitas

The panoramic view of this penthouse.  Photo: courtesy ZonaProp
The panoramic view of this penthouse. Photo: courtesy ZonaProp

This unit is part of the La Imprenta tower in Las Cañitas. It has a private hall, toilette reception, living room in the form of “L”, kitchen with dining room overlooking the river and access to a balcony of 65 m² across the street, four suites, dressing room, whirlpool, separate laundry room and two individual garages. It has a private terrace of 80 sqm.

The private terrace is 80 square meters.  Photo: courtesy ZonaProp
The private terrace is 80 square meters. Photo: courtesy ZonaProp

4. Five-room apartment in Las Cañitas

The living room of the 300 square meter unit Photo: courtesy of ZonaProp
The living room of the 300 square meter unit Photo: courtesy of ZonaProp

The property overlooks the river and the entire city. On the first level, there is access to a spacious living room with large continuous windows and there is a reception toilet, kitchen with a large daily dining room, laundry room and a bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. The second level has an intimate hall with access to a terrace with barbecue and panoramic view, spacious suite with dressing room and bathroom with hydromassage and shower box. There is also a third bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and a desk. The tower has amenities deluxe.

The terrace overlooks the river.  Photo: courtesy ZonaProp
The terrace overlooks the river. Photo: courtesy ZonaProp

5. Half floor in Puerto Madero

The terrace of this unit is in L. Photo: courtesy of ZonaProp
The terrace of this unit is in L. Photo: courtesy of ZonaProp

On Rosario Vera Peñaloza street, in Puerto Madero, the most expensive neighborhood in Buenos Aires, There is this semi-floor that is for sale or for rent for US$4,000 per month. It has a total of 260 m², of which 72 m² are uncovered. It has a spacious living room with an open view to the balcony terrace, kitchen with daily dining room, separate laundry room, bedroom suite and dressing room. It also has three covered garages.

The terrace is covered.  Photo: courtesy ZonaProp
The terrace is covered. Photo: courtesy ZonaProp

Reference-www.lanacion.com.ar

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