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View-from-pool720A charming 125-year-old colonial that has been skillfully and lovingly renovated.

A charming 125-year-old colonial that has been skillfully and lovingly renovated. Home for the past seven years to an artist and photographer, the home is beautifully designed with open and flowing indoor and outdoor spaces.

Henry Ponce, national award-winning architect, designed the addition of master suite, artist studio, pool, pool closet, patio, laundry room, and covered terrace.

The first-ever Mérida episode of House Hunters International showcased this home along with two others. It wasn’t selected by the buyers: It must have been waiting for the artist and photographer to make it into the showpiece it is today.

The patio, pool and rear rooms were added by the current owner, working with architect Henry Ponce.
The patio, pool and rear rooms were added by the current owner, working with architect Henry Ponce.

Ultra-high ceilings in the front of the house are the mark of a classic Colonial home in Mérida.

Fully furnished: All you need is to move in your personal belongings and then spend your time uncovering what Merida and the Yucatán offers.

Offered at US$297,000 (Reduced) THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD

See more photos and details at the seller’s website

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