Do You Fancy Living In This 18th-Century Mexican Mansion?
As they say, do not judge the book by its cover, so it goes for this amazing structure. The building, located on the street of San Miguel de Allende in Mexico, in the literal sense proves the idiom. The plain cemented exterior of Casa San Jose would not even earn a second glance by the passer-by. Looking at the cobbled street which leads to the nondescript house facade with a weather-beaten door, you are transported to another world as soon as you enter the mansion.
Christie's International Real Estate is the agency that has been tasked to sell the 18th century Spanish colonial architectural wonder.
- The 18th-century castle was restored in the year 2007. The architecture is Spanish Colonial, which includes stone archways, carved doors and wood-beamed ceilings. It has open-aired courtyard complete with palms and fountain.
- The mansion was seemingly built for a large family which loves to have fun. The house has six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and two half baths.
- It has an open courtyard, with a lush green, manicured and well-maintained garden.
- The mansion has an eat-in chef's kitchen with the seating capacity of 12 persons.
- Given the fact that the mansion is located in the heart of the city, it has ample space and many terraces which give an unobstructed view of the city. It also has a sparkling swimming pool within its walls, a gymnasium and a garage.