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Life is a breeze in Casa Turix, and it’s easy to see why

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From top to bottom, this exquisite Santiago home has been built to the highest of standards and is fully equipped and furnished. But Casa Turix had a huge advantage from the beginning: Its amazing location.

Casa Turix was built on Calle 43, a very quiet street away from the buses, and with that coveted north-south orientation allowing for the best Gulf breezes you can get in the city.

As soon as you walk in, prepare to be thunderstruck by the large pool smack dab in the middle of the property. Every room in the house faces the pool, which was constructed with multiple levels and built-in lounge chairs.

All four bedrooms large, two downstairs and two above, including a stunning master bedroom with a beautiful jacuzzi, large closet and a killer view of many trees in the rear of the property.

The living room and dining room are also very large and open and have a clear view of the pool area and back garden. The chef’s kitchen features beautiful granite countertops, lots of pantry space and two sinks. For entertaining, Casa Turix features two comfy outdoor bars — one downstairs and one upstairs. And the roof terrace is large and well covered.

A few extras:

  • Garage
  • Furnished
  • Appliances
  • 12 solar panels
  • Dual-fuel 10,000 watts generator hooked up to propane
  • Water softener
  • Reverse-osmosis purification system
  • Biodigestor septic system
  • Outdoor BBQ area
  • 14ft-high ceilings on main floor and 12 ft on second floor
  • Outdoor shower
  • Security system around the entire property
  • Front door, equipped with dual intercom/camera, opens electronically
  • Palapa

By the numbers

Lot Width: 11 mts | 36.08924 feet
Lot Length: 50 mts| 164.042 feet
Living Area: 300 sq m | 3229.17 sq ft
Lot Size: 535 sq m | 5758.6865 sq ft
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 7

Casa Turix is offered for US$650,000 by Merida Living Real Estate. Contact Cristina Sosa, 999-247-0757 or cristysosar94@hotmail.com.

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