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Quartier José Ignacio
Uruguay

En el  mejor  punto de  la  Brava  de  José  Ignacio, con bajada a l a playa  muy cerca de  La Huella, lindero con Club de Mar.  

Acceso directo desde Ruta 10 sin ingresar al casco urbano.  

Protegido de vientos por médanos y vegetación. Rodeado de espacio libre parquizado que completa un total de 15.000 m2 para el proyecto. Y con gran disponibilidad de estacionamiento.

http://www.quartier.com.ar/pdfproyectos/quartier%20jose%20ignacio%2007.02%20web.pdf

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