Casa Nido is a renovated single-family home in the city of San Fernando, a mile away from Rio de la Plata, in the province of Buenos Aires.
The original house exterior was saved, respecting the Art Deco style of the home, but anew home was created on two floors inside the structure.
It has an enclosed patio at the front that opens onto the living-dining room, then the kitchen, which open to the back garden for cross-ventilation through the home. Entering the home, you come across another green space under the light iron-mesh staircase, that calls to mind the front patio as well as the back garden. The plaster on many of the walls was removed to expose the brick, and both the front and back walls of the house, including the main door, were worked into the home in black iron, continuing with the manufacturing line.
Outdoor spaces! Check!
It’s not big; the living and dining and kitchen, as well as a powder room, take up the main floor, while upstairs is a very generous primary bedroom, bath and massive closet, as well as a balcony overlooking the back garden, along with two secondary bedrooms and another bathroom.
I think it needs a pool, but other than that when can I move in?
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