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Casa SolMar: Plenty of room for paying guests, or friends and family

Five apartments for tenants, or your friends and family, in the heart of Progreso

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Here is an opportunity to acquire a large, turnkey income property, just a block-and-a-half from the beach and Progreso’s famous malecon.

Casa SolMar has five fully-furnished, self-catering apartments with fully equipped kitchens, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, high-speed wifi internet service and cable TV.

Outside, there is a filtered swimming pool with lounge chairs, a communal outdoor kitchen and barbecue, as well as a seating area where you and your paying guests can enjoy a cocktail by the pool. From the roof, enjoy a sweeping water view.

If you decide to consider it an income property, the owner has rental records available for your review. Suites are fetching as much as $500 monthly.

Or make it a grand vacation home with lots of room for friends and family. There are so many options with such a large, well-located property in the heart of Progreso.

See more photos and learn more about Casa SolMar at their website.

By the numbers

  • Bedrooms: 5; Bathrooms: 6
  • Width: 11 meters; Depth: 30 meters
  • Price: Casa SolMar is offered at US$399,000.

Contact the owners here to take advantage of this tremendous income opportunity.


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