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On the market: Warm and welcoming Casa de la Paz

Authentic colonial style and extra street access make this home a must-see

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Casa de la Paz is one of those homes you fall in love the moment you step in. You’ll feel embraced by its authentic colonial vibe, the pristine original pasta tiles and the incredible sight lines connecting the entrance to the pool and gardens.

Not to mention the facade and custom mural, which makes passersby go “wow!”

Casa de la Paz features a warm, welcoming and ample living room, a roomy studio that can be easily used as a third bedroom, a large dining room with a fantastic view of the pool and gardens, a well-equipped kitchen, laundry room, storage room, a very handy half bathroom for the common areas, a huge master bedroom with closets and its own very nice bathroom.

The en suite guest bedroom is very private and it has its own entrance from Calle 49. This extra entrance is a huge plus, and hard to find in the Centro. You can stay in the master bedroom and maintain your privacy if you rent your guest bedroom because guests won’t be going through the main house. This entrance is also very handy for service suppliers such as gardeners, pool cleaners and fumigators, who won’t leave footprints on your pasta tile floors.

On top of all that, Casa de la Paz comes fully furnished. It basically comes as seen in the photos except the decorative items.

Offered at the reduced price of US$259,000, Casa de la Paz truly stands out over other homes at this range, and has an excellent rental history for extra income.

For more information contact meridaliving@hotmail.com.

By the numbers

Lot Width: 11 mts / 36.08924 feet
Lot Length: 28.49 mts / 93.4711316 feet
Living Area: 189 sq m / 2034.3771 sq ft
Lot Size: 309 sq m / 3326.0451 sq ft
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2.5

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.

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