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Casa Quadro: A chef’s kitchen inside, and Mérida’s top restaurants around the corner

This turnkey modern house in the popular Santa Ana neighborhood has everything covered

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Casa Quadro in Mérida, Yucatán is offered for sale by Robert Abuda of Mérida Living.

If you like cooking at home as much as you enjoy dining out, Casa Quadro has the amenities and the location for both.

Casa Quadro is quiet and peaceful, yet close to Mérida’s best seafood, steaks, tacos, and pasta. This modern beauty is a quick one-block left and one-block right to reach the top of Santa Ana’s “restaurant row.” 

Casa Quadro in Mérida, Yucatán is offered for sale by Robert Abuda of Mérida Living.

It’s also just two blocks from the emblematic Paseo de Montejo, where even more dining and shopping await.

At over 2,300 square feet, this Henry Ponce-designed open-concept home has two bedrooms, two large bathrooms, and a garage large enough to hold an SUV.

Casa Quadro in Mérida, Yucatán is offered for sale by Robert Abuda of Mérida Living.

From the front door is an amazing sightline. Enter under a stunning 20-foot skylight in the front room. This clever architectural element not only provides plenty of light but also allows for stargazing at night.

It would be a shame to hide the gorgeous Brazilian granite kitchen island behind walls and a door. Happily, the kitchen is open to the entertaining space. It’s not just a pretty workspace: high-end appliances create a chef’s dream kitchen. 

Casa Quadro in Mérida, Yucatán is offered for sale by Robert Abuda of Mérida Living.

The gorgeous backyard, complete with a filtered pool and lush gardens of mature greenery, provides a private oasis to enjoy the lovely Mérida weather.

Four outdoor terraces give ample opportunity to truly have an outdoor living experience in various areas of this home. 

Or to take shelter from the sun, 14 solar panels provide plenty of power to allow you to live in air-conditioned comfort all year round.  

Casa Quadro in Mérida, Yucatán is offered for sale by Robert Abuda of Mérida Living.

The practical things are not forgotten. For example, Casa Quadro has a complete water system. It is pressurized, sanitized with reverse osmosis, and benefits from a salt water softener system to eliminate hard minerals that dry the skin and hair.

Does the house look familiar? For HGTV fans, it should. Casa Quadro was featured on “House Hunters International” in a “Where Are They Now?” special. 

Casa Quadro’s next owners will have every right to feel like stars.

The details

Property size: 3,015 square feet

Living Area: 2,470 square feet

Bedrooms: 2   

Bathrooms: 2

Garage: Large enough for an SUV

Amenities include:
Pool, comprehensive water systems, laundry room,
solar panels, air conditioning 

Offered at: US$479,000 

Robert Abuda at Mérida Living Real Estate: robabuda@gmail.com; 999-261-6001.

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