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One of Merida’s most spectacular and innovative homes, Casa Vientos Alisios, is on the market.

This home is located on a very quiet street and within minutes walking to Santiago Park, Santa Ana Park, Santa Lucia, restaurants, museums, galleries, etc. You can’t go wrong with this location.

The builder’s attention to detail is immediately apparent. Every corner of this property was well thought-out. And high ceilings and its north-south orientation, great for catching the coastal breeze while in the city, make the home comfortable. After all, the name of the home translates in English to Trade Winds House.

There are many reasons the home was a highlight of a Showcase of Homes a few years ago. The most jaw-dropping feature here is the terrace and backyard. It’s huge. And it has a professional built-in grill. All perfect for entertaining.

If you’re a swimmer, look no more, because the pool is 4 by 10 meters. The house has two en-suite bedrooms, and the backyard has a lot of extra space to add a third private suite.

Casa Vientos Alisios has all the bells and whistles: The all-important water treatment system has Monarca purification rods, microdyne balls, zero-sarro filtration, reverse osmosis and an ultraviolet filtration system. The terrace has an electric security gate and a four-zone built-in music system with multiple input options. Up top are 16 solar panels and an electric fence for additional security.

The cherry on the cake: An innovative garage ceiling storage system for four bikes.

Casa Vientos Alisios is offered, partially furnished, at US$429,000. More information and photos here. For more information contact meridaliving@hotmail.com

About Merida

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

By the numbers

  • Lot Width: 9.5 mts / 31.16798 feet
  • Lot Length: 59 mts / 193.56956 feet
  • Living Area: 340 sq m / 3659.726 sq ft
  • Lot Size: 561 sq m / 6038.5479 sq ft
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 3

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