92 F
Mérida
Sunday, September 26, 2021
###

Casa de Dos Tortugas – Majestic Colonial in Santiago

Latest headlines

More of Mérida’s obscurities: 5 food finds and handicraft discoveries

Maggie Cale's adventures continue and she unearths yet more hidden treasures in Mérida.

CFE buoys to protect flamingos from deadly electric shocks

In response to recent reports of flamingos being electrocuted in El Cuyo, the CFE installed buoys over cables in this area of Yucatán. 

Latin America’s first Airbus helicopter academy to open in Mérida

The academy will be the first of its type in Latin America and is slated to begin operations in January 2022.

Pedro Tec returns with 2022 calendar to support the Mayas Eternos foundation

Introducing the Los Mayas Eternos A.C 2022 calendar. Photo: Courtesy An artist-photographer's nonprofit foundation dedicated to bringing aid...
Yucatán Magazine
Sign up to get our top headlines delivered to your inbox twice a week.

[metaslider id=”49728″]

This home is located only 5 blocks from the main square and 3 blocks from Parque Santiago in Centro. It features 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, original Pasta floors and colonial ceilings.

This house was once operated as a very successful Bed and Breakfast since 3 of the 4 bedrooms are separate from the main casa and each provide complete privacy. Alternatively it is a perfect house to live in and enjoy receiving friends and family. The home also features a well-equipped kitchen with dishwasher, several living areas, room for an office if desired, several outside covered entertaining areas and laundry. There are 2 pools, 1 deep pool and 1 kid friendly pool, or for the adults, a pool to sit in and sip cocktails during Merida’s warm summer days.

The gardens are plentiful with lush vegetation and provide amazing serenity from the hustle and bustle of Centro. The irregular lot size is 8.30m on the street front but extends to 14.40m where the pools and main gardens are. The length of the block is approximately 54m. This is a very large property for Centro.

About Merida

The safest city in Latin America, Merida is rated one of the very best cities to retire in Mexico. Merida offers colonial charm, excellent healthcare services, Gulf Coast beaches only 40 minutes from Centro and the cost of living is extremely attractive. While Yucatan real estate is still affordable, prices continue to go up. This is definitely the time to consider a real estate purchase in the Yucatan

Casa de Dos Tortugas is offered at the reduced price USD$439,000. For more information, please visit Click here for more information or email sarah.meridaliving@gmail.com.

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

More articles

30% of La Plancha to be sold to the private sector

La Plancha is the largest undeveloped plot of land in the Centro. Although it will not be part of the Tren Maya, 30% is intended to be sold to the private sector.

Blocked from Chichén Itzá, new-age pilgrims congregate in Uxmal

Both Chichén Itzá and Dzibilchaltún were closed to the public during the fall equinox due to concerns over COVID-19 infections, as well as land disputes. 

Tensions flare over plans for Mérida’s new stadium

Promotion of Housing Industry, says Mérida’s new multi-purpose stadium will increase property values in the city’s north. 

Mérida’s most powerful art collection turns 50

The work of Yucatán's most celebrated muralist, Fernando Castro Pacheco (1918-2013), housed in Mérida's Palacio de Gobierno, turned 50 on Independence Day.

Casa del Águila: Just the right location for $150,000

Casa del Águila in Mérida is in just the right location. It is offered by Melissa Adler of Mérida Living Real...

Yucatán highlights the value of corn with three fairs in September

Three fairs in Yucatán will honor the labor of local communities growing and preserving creole corn.

Casa Vagantes is a rescued wonder found behind Paseo Montejo

Casa Vagantes comprises a traditional abode with a surface of 70 square meters / 754 square feet and has been fully revamped with modern travelers in mind.

Jazz festival to make its comeback in Playa del Carmen this November

The festival will be of a hybrid nature, with some of the events being held online to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, city authorities announced.

Mérida prepares to host Mexico’s most important tourism trade show

The event known as the Tianguis Turístico Mexico will bring together representatives from the country’s 32 states, as well as buyers from 70 countries.

The great Kukulkán prepares for his descent, but no one will be there to see him

As was the case during the last spring equinox, Chichén Itzá closed for three days as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19.