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Ermita retreat: Historic charm and modern amenities

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This charming retreat has every feature that you picture in your Mérida dream house. Lots of sunlight, high beamed ceilings, and every detail being one-of-a-kind and unique in some special way. And solar panels will help keep the utility bills down.

The property is divided into two separate buildings with a tropical courtyard and pool in the center of everything. Good thing, too, since the Mérida lifestyle is all about the outdoors.

This corner property in La Ermita is packed with equal parts charm and amenities, and priced to sell. Contact Eric Partney at Mexico International.

The principal part of the main home features an alcove-type entry that leads to a spacious and light-flooded living area. The very private guest bedroom is also here.

The ceiling is in pristine condition. Contact Eric Partney to visit.

An inviting and super charming blue-and-white kitchen has touches of old Mérida: pasta tile and concrete countertops. But modern tastes are reflected in its stainless steel appliances and floating shelves.

This corner property in La Ermita is packed with equal parts charm and amenities, and priced to sell. Contact Eric Partney at Mexico International.

Just off the pool and garden area, the casita’s master suite awaits. It includes a very private and comfortable bedroom with its very own terrace. The attached bathroom is updated and has the most amazing hand-carved and polished marble sink.

This corner property in La Ermita is packed with equal parts charm and amenities, and priced to sell. Contact Eric Partney at Mexico International.

This home is so full of artistic details that you must call quickly for an appointment before it’s sold. To really feel the charm of this home, you must visit.

It’s priced to sell, and homes like this rarely come on the market at this price point.

This corner property in La Ermita is packed with equal parts charm and amenities, and priced to sell. Contact Eric Partney at Mexico International.

Amenities include: Pasta tiles, antique wooden windows, hand-cut stonework, high ceilings, full air conditioning powered by solar panels, a cenote-colored pool, a pressurized water system, and a water purification system.

By the numbers

  • Lot width: 4.45 meters
  • Lot length: 39 Meters
  • Lot area: 178.9 Meters
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2

This stunning colonial is offered at US$189,000. See more photos here at Mexico International and call for an appointment to see it: Eric Partney: 999-127-7798; partneyeric@gmail.com or Ivan Luis Martinez: 999-322-2262.

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