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61 - 615 Rua Baronesa de Itu, São Paulo, SP, Brazil, 01231-001

  • Posted: 3/31/2023 8:00:49 PM

1

Bedrooms

1

Bathrooms

38

sqm (approx)

MLS # 690181012-1

Neighborhood: Santa Cecilia

R$ 395.000 BRL

Flat style apartment, with daily maid service included in the condominium, in addition to free internet. Room with balcony, view to the front of the building. The room has space for Home Office. A garage, with 24-hour concierge service. It has furniture already deployed, stove, refrigerator and microwave. Box installed in the bathroom, as well as curtains in the rooms. Positioned on the 6th floor, in a building with a good location in Bairro Santa Cecília. Easy access and close to a large network of services, such as supermarket, bakery, pharmacy. Close to Shopping Patio Higienópolis, Academia Competition. Very close to the Marechal Deodoro Metro station, with access to several bus lines. KNOW MORE ABOUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF SANTA CECILIA LOCATION Santa Cecília is close to other important neighborhoods in the city, such as Campos Elíseos, Barra Funda, Perdizes, Consolação, Pacaembu, Bela Vista and Água Branca. This fact gives the neighborhood a privileged location, since it is close to several points of interest in the city when it comes to work and leisure. In addition, Santa Cecília is located, on average, 17 minutes from Marginal Tietê, 14 from the Note-South Corridor and 21 minutes from Congonhas Airport. MOBILITY AND HEALTH In the field of urban mobility, Santa Cecília is privileged, since, in addition to having the Santa Cecília and Marechal Deodoro stations, it is close to several other stations, such as Higienópolis-Mackenzie, República and Palmeiras-Barra Funda, and the Júlio train stations Prestes and da Luz. It is also possible to take advantage of more sustainable means of transport through various bike lanes and bike rental stations. With regard to health, the region has several options for hospitals. Of particular note are Hospital Santa Cecília, Santa Casa de Misericórdia, Hospital Samaritano and Sabara Children's Hospital. EDUCATION Around Santa Cecília are located some of the most traditional and well-known schools in the city. Mackenzie College stands out, one of the most recognized educational institutions in the country, with more than 150 years of history, offering kindergarten, primary and secondary education. Also noteworthy is Colégio Equipe, inaugurated in 1972, with teaching from kindergarten to high school; and Colégio Rio Branco, maintained by the Fundação de Rotarianos de São Paulo, with teaching from kindergarten to high school, in addition to several extracurricular projects. The neighborhood also has a theater school – Teatro Escola Macunaíma, for actors and beginners in theater, cinema and television. In addition, some higher education institutions are close to the neighborhood, such as the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of the University of São Paulo, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie and PUC-SP – Campus Monte Alegre. LEISURE AND CULTURE When it comes to entertainment, Santa Cecília offers proximity to some of the city's best known leisure and cultural spots. For outdoor leisure, between the neighborhood and Água Branca, the Água Branca Park stands out, offering a diversified program, including parties and presentations, in addition to having an aquarium, space for physical activities, a museum and an equestrian arena. Other interesting points in the region are Allianz Parque, Sesc Pompeia, Memorial da América Latina and Theatro São Pedro. There are also, in the neighborhood, several smaller cultural spots that attract the attention of local residents, such as Banca Tatuí, an exclusive bookstore for independent publications and smaller publishers. GASTRONOMY The gastronomy of Santa Cecília is as diverse as the public that frequents the neighborhood. There is an infinity of bars and restaurants for all tastes and occasions. Some more laid-back options are Conceição Discos, a bar with creative decor and a record collection; the Esquina do Fuad restaurant, a relaxed place that offers good portions and drinks; Jhony’s Bar and Restaurant, a bohemian bar with a menu of mixed portions and other dishes; and Siga la Vaca, a karaoke bar with a variety of dishes, appetizers and drinks. Other options are typical restaurants, such as Rota do Acarajé and Tabuleiro do Acarajé, with Bahian food; Toshiro Sushi, for Japanese food; Majâz, with a Middle Eastern menu and themes; and O Mirandês, a typical Portuguese food restaurant. By providing easy access to other regions of São Paulo, well-being and availability of services, Santa Cecília attracts more and more new residents, which, consequently, makes the region more valuable. In this way, Santa Cecília, in addition to being a good option for real estate investment, is excellent for those looking for a diverse neighborhood, which is home to different profiles of residents, and offers the practicality and convenience of the capital.