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On the market: Character-filled Casa Pila in San Sebastian

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A brand new home, filled with character and built with attention to detail has just recently come on the market in the San Sebastian neighborhood.

Casa Pila is ravishing, with high ceilings and a beautiful mix of colors throughout the house. It boasts original and new pasta tiles, a great layout to optimize light and air flow, a welcoming great size foyer, living room, one bedroom with a full bathroom in the main house, a stunning kitchen and dining room with a fabulous view into the pool and gardens, laundry room and a beautiful private detached bedroom with a full bathroom.

Casa Pila was designed and built by the highly renowned architects Workshop Diseño y Construcción, which was recently nominated for the Architectural Digest Awards.

Casa Pila is offered at US$245,000. For more information about this home contact meridaliving@hotmail.com.

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By the numbers

Lot Width: 7.68 mts | 25.1968512 feet
Lot Length: 21.43 mts| 70.3084012 feet
Living Area: 140 sq m | 1506.946 sq ft
Lot Size: 210 sq m | 2260.419 sq ft
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2

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