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

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

This centuries-old colonial in Santiago is just waiting for you to complete its makeover. Located between Santiago and Santa Lucia parks on a non-bus street, this home is perfectly situated.

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

Casa del Águila has a large living room with the original vigas, restored mamposteria, renovated kitchen, and a garden with a pool and a beautiful chaca tree for shade.

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

Architectural renderings for a second-floor one-bedroom apartment with a separate entry will help you envision the possibilities.

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

Casa del Águila is offered for US$150,000 by Melissa Adler of Mérida Living. Call 999-118-9351 or email melissa.meridaliving@gmail.com.

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

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By the numbers

  • Lot Width: 7 mts | 22.96588 feet
  • Lot Length: 29 mts| 95.14436 feet
  • Living Area: 110 sq m | 1184.029 sq ft
  • Lot Size: 193 sq m | 2077.4327 sq ft
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
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