Villa Josephine   Santa Teresa, Rio de Janeiro
6
Bedrooms
9.0
Bathrooms
12
Sleeps
 
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Description

In a prized location in Ipanema, this sleek designed 6-bedroom home has everything necessary for a truly enjoyable stay in Rio de Janeiro. Take a seat in the living room amongst the colorful cushions and relax in cool comfort after a full day soaking in the Brazilian sunshine, then grab a cocktail and enjoy the last rays on your own private balcony overlooking some of Rio’s most sensational views. Villa Josephine has an ultra modern kitchen with gleaming granite countertops, plenty of funky modern seating and everything you will need to prepare a delicious Brazilian breakfast. The living room is beautifully presented with floor to ceiling windows, making the home especially bright and warm. The apartment offers six lovely en suite bedrooms, sporting plush queen-size beds and one double respectively.


Features

  • Interior
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Coffeemaker
  • Dining and Livingroom
  • Hair Dryer
  • Microwave
  • Nice Furniture
  • Refridgerator Full Size
  • Stove/Oven
  • TV
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Wi-Fi
  • Exterior
  • Deck or Balcony
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Parking
  • Patio
  • Patio Furniture
  • Building
  • Fitness Center
  • Location
  • Mountain View
  • Suitability

Santa Teresa

Neighborhood in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is located on top of the Santa Teresa hill, by the centre of Rio, and is famous for its winding, narrow streets which are a favourite spot for artists and tourists. The neighborhood originated around the Santa Teresa Convent, built in the 1750s on the Desterro hill. At the end of the 19th and early 20th century it was an upper class borough, as testified by its many opulent villas. Santa Teresa ceased being an upper-class neighbourhood long ago, but it has been revived as an fashionable otspot. It is home to several artists and art studios and galleries. The offer of restaurants and bars is also varied. One of Santa Teresa's most illustrious inhabitants was Raymundo Ottoni de Castro Maia (pt), an art collector who lived in his Chácara do Céu mansion in the neighborhood. The estate was turned into a museum (Museu da Chácara do Céu) and its exhibits include works by Matisse, Jean Metzinger, Eliseu Visconti, Di Cavalcanti, and Candido Portinari. It is located near the cultural center Parque das Ruínas. In 2006, some paintings were stolen, and haven't been recovered yet.[1] Another museum is the Museu do Bonde, which tells the history of the famous Santa Teresa Tram since its historic origins. A ride on the tram is a popular attraction among tourists. It sports crossing the old Carioca Aqueduct, going through picturesque streets of the Santa Teresa neighbourhood and wonderful views of the city downhill.