- Updated On:
- May 21, 2022
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2.5 Bathrooms
- 245 m2
Behind the beautiful colonial facade of this property lies a recently renovated house with a large garden including a pool and terrace. Conveniently located in the historic center of Mérida, within walking distance of most attractions, it is a worthwhile investment with a very good price-quality ratio if you are thinking of renting it out, for example via Airbnb.
The house welcomes its residents with a large hallway, including a chandelier. The hallway is part of the original colonial construction with double-height ceilings. Adjacent to the hallway is a room that is currently used as an office. Together, the two rooms also make a great common area for a small hotel or living room.
A corridor on the left leads further into the building. There you will find three bedrooms, two bathrooms as well as a dining room, a living room, and a kitchen. In the back, the property opens to a large garden with a pool, a covered terrace with a bar, and a half bathroom. The construction of the terrace is already designed in such a way that it can easily be expanded into a large casita. A second floor is also conceivable here.
Year of construction｜–
Year of latest renovation｜2022
Lot | 427 m2 (4,593 ft2)
Width x length | 5.1 m x 63 m
Construction | 245 m2 (2,634 ft2)
- GREAT GARDEN WITH LARGE POOL
- CONVENIENT LOCATION
- COVERED TERRACE WITH BAR
- SPACE FOR FURTHER CONSTRUCTION
HOUSE AND LOT
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 1 Half bathroom
- Entrance hall with double-height ceilings and a chandelier
- Dining room
- Living room
- Big garden with pool
- Covered terrace with bar (can be turned into a casita)
- Air conditioning
- Ceiling fans
- City water
- Well with a submersible pump
- Water tank
- Bio septic tank
- High-speed internet available
This recently restored colonial-style house is located right in the center of Mérida’s historic old town, within walking distance of the popular La Ermita and San Juan parks. The neighborhood is one of Mérida’s oldest Centro neighborhoods and is characterized by colorful, mostly one-story houses with colonial facades. Many attractions in the old town, such as the large market halls of the Mercado San Benito or the central Plaza Grande, can be easily reached on foot from the property. In addition, very good driving services are available with Uber, inDriver, and taxis to reach more distant destinations in the north of the city cheaply and quickly. In case you prefer the bus, there are also good connections at an even lower price.
Mérida is both the capital of the state of Yucatan and the administrative seat of the municipality of Mérida. Its turbulent history dates back to the time of the ancient Mayan civilization. The city received its name in 1542 from the Spanish conquistador Francisco de Montejo, in whose honor Mérida’s main boulevard, Paseo de Montejo, was named. Numerous, splendid colonial buildings in the historic city center still bear witness to the former wealth of the city and give it a unique flair. In terms of tourism, Mérida is considered the gateway to the world of the Maya. Every year, thousands of visitors start from here to explore the world-famous Mayan sites such as Chichen Itzá and Uxmal.
From the point of view of its inhabitants, Mérida is above all a modern city with a very high quality of life. As the entire state of Yucatan, the city is one of the safest regions in Mexico and, not least because of this, is very popular with North American ex-pats, who choose Mérida as their preferred domicile. The best hospital network in México also contributes to the great popularity. An excellent health care system has been created here through medical cooperation with cities like Houston. Some private clinics even surpass the standards of leading industrial nations. In addition, of course, the generally good weather is a decisive factor in the well-being of the city’s residents.
Enjoy the comfortable lifestyle of the spirited capital of Yucatan as well. Visit the impressive historic center, dine in fine restaurants, stroll along Mérida’s famous boulevard Paseo de Montejo, discover the numerous museums, theaters, and cinemas, and discover the Mayan culture. There is also nothing in the way of an extensive shopping tour. The modern malls in the north of the city, such as La Isla Cabo Norte or Galerías Mérida, welcome you. In addition, many large North American retail chains, such as Costco, Wal-Mart, or Home Depot, have at least one store in the city.
DISTANCES FROM THE PROPERTY TO
- Park San Juan｜500 m (0.3 mi)
- Market San Benito｜650 m (0.4 mi)
- Park La Ermita｜700 m (0.4 mi)
- Plaza Grande｜850 m (0.5 mi)
- ADO Centro – Central bus station｜850 m (0.5 mi)
- Park Santa Lucia｜4 km (0.9 mi)
- Airport Mérida｜6 km (3.7 mi)
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