Get away from it all just two blocks from Mérida’s main square.
But you need a real casona — a grand home in the city — to do it.
Casona 66 is close to everything in Centro Histórico, Mérida’s ground zero for the city’s most grand and historic homes.
This casona was built in the 1700s, and property records show that in 1903, the house sold for $3,000 MX. In 1938, the house was purchased for a 13-year-old girl by her parents, most likely for her dowry. In more recent history, the property was brightened with festive colors and modern amenities, suitable for residents who like to entertain, or who dream of opening a guesthouse. If you choose, the latter, permits are already in place.
The centerpiece of this home is its beautiful courtyard with a fountain, fish pond, and bar area. It sits alongside an elegant, spacious dining room. There is also a wonderful chef’s kitchen with a Smeg range, dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator, large walk-in pantry, custom cabinets, and quartz countertops — all included.
All five bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, ceiling fans, air conditioning, and generous storage. The master bathroom has a tub and a separate shower. Casona 66’s soaring staircase is under a glass roof and embellished with an amazing mural by a well-known Yucatecan artist. Continuing to the rear of the property, an L-shaped pool and terrace provide a hideaway in the center of the city. Two leased covered parking spaces are close by.
Casona 66 By the Numbers
- Property size:
17.8 meters wide / 30.5 meters deep
- Living Area: 5,386 square feet
- Bedrooms: 5
- Bathrooms: 6
- Amenities include:
35 solar panels, solar-heated pool, reverse osmosis water system, air conditioning, 2 leased parking spaces
- Offered at: US$799,000
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