Villa Real is a small neighborhood in the City of Buenos Aires. The most common view that you will see in this area are streets lined with trees and low houses. In the same way as in many other neighborhood in the city, its old constructions contrast sharply with the new apartment buildings with their large gardens.
Villa Real has a middle-class population that are proud to live in this little known area. The "Quinta de los Virreyes" (The house of the Spanish ruler of America) used to be located in this area, and hence has the name Villa Real (Royal Villa). It was from this "quinta" that the "Fuga Hacia Córdoba" (Escape to Córdoba) took place during the first English invasion.
The land did not have a lot of early construction, and the quarters of Ciudadela could be seen across the landscape when crossing the General Paz Avenue with the "Ferrocarril Buenos Aires al Pacífico" (Buenos Aires Train to the Pacific). On the embankments by the railway some cultivations of fruits and vegetables could be seen. In 1909, when the station Villa Real was created, the area started to get some much needed population and its development started. The train station was built on what is today the intersection of the street Tinogasta and Irigoyen. This station was later abandoned and a new station was build.
The 18th of March is the day of Villa Real.
- Rentals and Sales of Houses, Apartments, Offices, Town House, and other Properties in Villa Real.
- Real Estate Villa Real.
- Sales, rentals, short term, commercial, student accommodation, holiday lets and apartment share.
- Owner reltals, Owner Sale,
- Villa Real limits with the following areas of Buenos Aires: Versalles, Monte Castro and Villa Devoto.