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Casa Hannah: A stylish gem in García Ginerés for US$180,000

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“This is our favorite one-bedroom property in the city,” says Carlos Betancourt, owner of Merida Living Real Estate.

He is referring to Casa Hannah, a dramatic and modern property in Garcia Gineres, on a quiet street and just blocks from the city’s prettiest park, Las Americas, and convenient to grocery shopping and medical care. It was designed by Workshop Diseño + Construccion, a well-established design firm in Merida.

Very seldom is a one-bedroom, two-bath home built with such style.

The bright, vibrant kitchen has views into the very cool pool and garden. For practicality, a convenient laundry and storage room is off the kitchen. The living, dining room and terrace feature a jaw-droppingly high ceiling which provides stunning views to the garden and trees to the rear of the property, allowing every corner in the living area — even the bedroom — to enjoy wonderful views.

The patio has a good-size filtered pool and professionally designed landscaping. It also has a private and convenient full bathroom.

Upstairs, there is an amply proportioned, chic en suite with great airflow, due to the clever layout allowing the north breeze to run through the bedroom.

The furniture pictured is not included in the sale price.

The property is ideal for a single person, a couple or for use as an Airbnb income property.

By the numbers

Lot Width: 7.6 mts | 24.934384 feet
Lot Length: 21.6 mts| 70.866144 feet
Living Area: 100 sq m | 1076.39 sq ft
Lot Size: 112 sq m | 1205.5568 sq ft
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 2

Casa Hannah is offered for sale by Merida Living Real Estate for US$180,000. Contact Carlos Betancourt at 999-200-5794 or meridaliving@hotmail.com.

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