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On the market: Casa Dos Arcos is turnkey and conveniently located

The perfect balance of size, location and price at only US$179.000

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Casa Dos Arcos is a charming property on one of the quietest streets in Merida.

Quiet, but not remote. It’s conveniently located within blocks of Paseo Montejo in the burgeoning area of La Plancha Park.

The first floor includes a generously scaled living and dining room, guest bath, kitchen with granite countertops and an island so guests can visit while you prepare meals in a beautifully equipped kitchen with loads of cabinetry and storage.

Step out of the kitchen onto the outdoor dining area and sparkling pool, which includes a dual waterfall feature. Also on the first floor is the master bedroom suite with a private bathroom, a full wardrobe wall of closets and drawers and a nook ideal for a small desk and computer. There is also a private entrance to the pool and patio.

The stairs lead to a second level which includes two sizable bedrooms and a beautifully appointed bathroom. A bonus space is ideal for a home gym, cozy reading nook or crafts projects.

Finally, the second-floor entertainment deck affords 180-degree views of the city and the perfect place to stargaze during Merida’s balmy evenings.

Even more, the home is situated with the north-south orientation every homeowner wants for maximum airflow (the prevailing breezes come in from the Gulf of Mexico to the north).

Casa Dos Arcos is the perfect balance of size, location and price situated in the safest city in Latin America and one of the top ten safest cities in N. America.

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.

By the numbers

Lot Width: 8.5 mts | 27.88714 feet
Lot Depth: 22.35 mts| 73.326774 feet
Living Area: 240 sq m | 2583.336 sq ft
Lot Size: 190 sq m | 2045.141 sq ft
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5

Offered at US$179,000. For a private showing and more information, contact Carlos Betancourt at Merida Living Real Estate: meridaliving@hotmail.com or 999-200-5794. More photos here.

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