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Here’s your chance to snap up a successful B&B in Merida

Or make it your private home, close to the Centro's best parks, shops and restaurants

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Step into this spectacular five-bed, five-bath colonial Merida property and behold its impeccable construction and design.

Casa Aluxes is conveniently located in the Mejorada neighborhood and within walking distance to the Main Plaza, Santa Lucia, museums, galleries and restaurants. You can’t go wrong with this location.

At the moment, Casa Aluxes is being operated as a very successful Bed & Breakfast with top reviews, so it can continue as a walk-in-ready business for someone wanting an income-generating property in addition to a separate home for the owners.

However, Casa Aluxes would also make a fabulous large family home for any discerning buyer who wants to live in the capital of Yucatan.

One of the unique features of this property is that every room has private access, giving guests utmost privacy, unlike many colonial homes.

As soon as you open the front door you’ll feel embraced by a welcoming foyer with a pleasant view to the beautiful courtyard, an oasis of lush, mature plants.

Casa Aluxes features four large bedrooms in addition to a separate casita; each room has an ensuite bathroom plus a living room.

The casita is everyone’s favorite space, with its own kitchen and air flow from three sides. The casita itself features a well-equipped kitchen plus breakfast bar, sitting room and bedroom combined. It also has a private entrance with wonderful views into the beautiful garden, and is steps away from the pool.

The terrace features great outdoor sitting space. The backyard is wonderfully designed and the pool is made of natural stone, giving it a cenote look, a very unique feature. This is where you’ll spend most of your day. It’s just the perfect spot to enjoy a margarita while cooling off in the pool in a warm Yucatecan afternoon.

This property really is unique, with so many different features, an up-and-running business, a family home with a separate casita, a versatile property to make your own.

If all the previous features were not enough, Casa Aluxes comes fully furnished and includes 12 solar panels.

Read what guests have to say about their stay in this bed and breakfast.

By the numbers

Lot Width: 17.6 mts | 57.742784 feet
Lot Length: 52.9 mts| 173.556436 feet
Living Area: 371 sq m | 3993.4069 sq ft
Lot Size: 923 sq m | 9935.0797 sq ft
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 5

Offered at US$575,000. For a private showing and more information, contact Merida Living Real Estate at meridaliving@hotmail.com.

See more photos on the Merida Living property listing.

About Merida

Safe and full of culture, Merida is rated one of the very best cities to retire in Mexico. Merida offers colonial charm, excellent health care services, Gulf Coast beaches only 40 minutes from Centro and the cost of living is extremely attractive. While Yucatan real estate is still affordable, the prices continue to go up. This is definitely the time to consider a real estate purchase in the Yucatan.


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