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Video: Santiago’s Casa Banderas has rooms with garden views

Smart, well-built home has light and airy rooms inside, and plenty of room to entertain on the terrace

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Filled with natural light and modern amenities, Casa Banderas is a well-designed, tranquil property within walking distance to the Santiago neighborhood’s shops and restaurants.

In Merida’s most historic part of the Centro, Casa Banderas has an elegant facade surrounded by many other restored, beautiful homes.

Its welcoming and pleasant entrance features a nice garden and fountain that bring sunlight and airflow to the second bedroom and living area. All three bedrooms are spacious, with high ceilings that help regulate the temperature, and garden views. The wide-open living room, dining room and kitchen have a stunning view overlooking the pool area and a spectacularly landscaped yard that opens up to 17 meters wide — hard to find in such a central location.

The well-designed kitchen features a huge pantry, a functional range hood and reverse-osmosis drinking water taps. The backyard features spectacular landscaping and a beautiful filtered pool.

One of the best spots in Casa Banderas is the terrace, which boasts lots of room for entertaining outdoors and a very relaxing pool. Every room is air conditioned and all sliding-glass doors have mosquito screens. All the wiring and plumbing have been updated to U.S. standards. In addition, the property comes with 24 solar panels and a water decalcification system.

About Merida’s Historic Center

Filled with culture and action, Merida’s Centro Historico has an extremely attractive cost of living. It is only 40 minutes from the Gulf Coast’s sandy beaches. 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 Yucatan.

By the Numbers

Lot Width: 10 mts | 32.8 feet
Lot Length: 39 mts| 128 feet
Living Area: 416 sq mts | 4,477.8 sq ft
Lot Size: 460 sq mts | 4,951.4 sq ft
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3

Offered at US$459,000. 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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