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A city hacienda comes on the market in García Ginerés

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The hacienda lifestyle in Yucatan doesn’t necessarily mean living on a remote patch of land. This spectacular piece of property is a feast for the eyes and is situated right in the middle of Merida, in the sought-after García Ginerés neighborhood.

Live within reach of the Centro Historico in one direction and the malls and beach in the other, while enjoying the space and privacy that only a hacienda property can give. With more than 1,500 square meters / 16,000 square feet, this home could easily become a boutique hotel, as well.

One added benefit: this city hacienda is oriented toward the northeast for optimal airflow. It’s a cool house, in more ways than one.

By the numbers

Lot Width: 37.5 mts | 123.0315 feet
Lot Length: 42.05 mts| 137.959322 feet
Living Area: 340 sq m | 3,659.726 sq ft
Lot Size: 1,565 sq m | 16,845 sq ft
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2

This stunning city hacienda is offered at US$349,000 by Merida Living Real Estate. Call Carlos Betancourt at 999-200-5794 or email meridaliving@hotmail.com.


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