View of a bedroom in the apartment where Argentinian revolutionary legend Ernesto “Che” Guevara was born in Rosario, Argentina.
For around $400,000, you can own the home where controversial Marxist revolutionary Ernesto “Che” Guevara was born, according to official Argentine news agency, Télam.
Situated 186 miles north of Buenos Aires in the city of Rosario, Argentina, the 2,150-square-foot apartment has been uninhabited since 2011, according to Agencia Télam.
The home has had several owners and was intended to house various cultural projects before being put up for sale.
One of the current owners, businessman Francisco Farruggia, told CNN en Español that he was already planning to sell it, but with multiple properties in different countries, the Covid-19 pandemic accelerated his decision.
The owners point to the property’s historical and architectural value as well as location. They told CNN en Español they already have some offers.
Ernesto “Che” Guevara is known for playing a major role in the Cuban revolution in the 1950s, where he helped Fidel Castro overthrow Fulgencio Batista.
He went on to become Cuba’s Central Bank chief. In 1965, he left Cuba to continue to wage leftist guerrilla rebellions around the world.
Guevara’s critics point to his brutal war tactics. Hundreds were reportedly executed under his watch.
Guevara was shot to death in 1967 by Bolivian troops. He was buried in a mass grave along with six of his comrades.
Charlotte Moore tells the FOX31 Problem Solvers snakes have been getting into her home at the Fitzsimmons Junction Apartments since June 2 when balconies were moved at the complex.
“We noticed the smell was really bad and that’s when we started seeing the snakes,” Moore said.
She says at least 25 snakes have appeared along baseboards and under furniture, causing her to stay up for most of the night.
“I am up at 4 in the morning and I stay up until I literally fall asleep,” Moore said.
Moore has a distinct dislike and fear of snakes.
“To me, snake is Satan and I don’t deal with him. You feel me?” she said.
Moore, who has a disabled son, wants to be released from her lease.
The Problem Solvers reached out to the complex’s corporate office.
Representative Lauren Richardson explained that a hole was discovered inside of a wall in the unit and has now been repaired.
The company issued a statement to FOX31 saying:
“The safety and comfort of our tenants is our highest priority. We take any presence of snakes very seriously and have worked with our professional pest control provider, who has assured us the issue has been adequately resolved. In addition to working with pest control, we have offered to accommodate Ms. Moore by relocating her to another unit or by releasing her from her lease with the return of her deposit. Ms. Moore chose to decline our offers and remain in the unit as the situation was addressed and ultimately resolved.”
Colorado’s law of habitability states landlords must provide a space that is safe, clean and does not pose health risks.
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