It seems that Merida Mexico is on everyone’s must-visit list lately.
It’s in Vogue, Travel & Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, you name it. So, expats are flocking to the city and those that have been in the city a while are putting their fab (rarely seen) places on the red hot market.
I visited this newly listed showplace, conveniently located between the Colonias of San Juan and Santiago, a couple of weeks ago and was blown away.
First off, the facade is 100 feet long and grand although, like much of the houses in Centro, you have no idea what’s on the inside. You enter into the porte-cochere to a welcoming tiled patio, with a central fountain, a forest of potted tropical plants, and four 40 ft Royal Palms.
This 18th century property was restored 12 years ago preserving the original details, like 7-meter ceilings with plaster moldings, original pasta floors, original doors and iron window grates.
But it has all the mod-cons like AC units, dishwasher, washer dryer, water softener, automatic garage door opener, soundproof windows, etc.
The 5,000 sq. ft property also has:
- 3 bedrooms
- 3 bathrooms
- large kitchen with a 6 meter tiled island
- music room/ office
- utility room
- two covered terraces
- rooftop terrace
- 20-meter lap pool, with a fountain
All of the carefully selected furnishings and decorations are included in the price of $875,000.
For more info, you can contact Ross Schiering at Merida Centro Real Estate here.
(Photos, Luis Sosa)