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Villa 47 is offered by Mérida Living Real Estate. Photo: Courtesy

Mérida Living has just listed its largest property in the Centro, a large and unspoiled treasure on Calle 47.

Villa 47 starts at 13.5 meters wide and expands to over 40 meters toward the rear. This is an extremely rare feature in Merida Centro nowadays.

Villa 47 is offered by Mérida Living Real Estate. Photo: Courtesy

Its owners have left original features untouched: Among its many cool features are wonderful original pasta tiles, high-beam ceilings, fantastic original frescos and unique mamposteria structures on the patio which are perfect to use to harmonize the pool, terrace, patio, gardens and outdoor dining areas. “Wow factors” galore.

Villa 47 is offered by Mérida Living Real Estate. Photo: Courtesy

There is plenty of room to expand, whether for a private home or a more ambitious development.

Villa 47 is 9 million pesos, which as of this writing was roughly US$450,000, a very attractive price per square meter.

  • Colonia: Calle 47 by 82 and 84
  • Lot Width: 13.5 mts | 44.29134 feet
  • Lot Length: 68.5 mts| 224.73754 feet
  • Living Area: 150 sq m | 1614.585 sq ft
  • Lot Size: 1,890 sq m | 10.7639 sq ft
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2

Contact Carlos Betancourt at Mérida Living: 999-200-5794 or cbm893@hotmail.com.

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