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On the market: Casa Kriek is fabulous from top to bottom

A party-ready roof terrace tops an array of great amenities

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Casa Kriek is a fabulous colonial home with beautiful tiles, high ceilings, fully-restored and upgraded rooms throughout and ample rooftop seating above it all.

The house has an outstanding location in the Santa Ana neighborhood. It is walking distance to many galleries, restaurants, parks, Paseo de Montejo, banks, shops, Santa Ana Park, Santa Lucia Park, etc.

This property comes with an open and welcoming foyer and living room, dining room, kitchen, ground-floor covered terrace, roof terrace, filtered pool, two bedrooms and two full bathrooms.

Casa Kriek has been operated as a vacation rental and it has earned solid 5-star reviews — one of the best ways to know that it’s a good property. Upon request, an agent from Merida Living will release the vacation rental link for a prospective buyer who wishes to verify all the reviews.

Casa Kriek is offered for US$245,000. For more information, see the listing and contact meridaliving@hotmail.com.

By the numbers

  • Lot width: 7.2 mts | 23.622048 feet
  • Lot Length: 32.4 mts| 106.299216 feet
  • Living Area: 180 sq m | 1937.502 sq ft
  • Lot Size: 228 sq m | 2454.1692 sq ft
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 2

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