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Custom built home by award-winning Gonzalo Anaya, from Queretaro and CDMX.
974 square meters of land. 5,561 square feet of construction.
4 Bedrooms, 4 ½ Baths. Built in 2009.
Enjoy spectacular views of the Parroquia and San Miguel from this sensational Centro home.
On approach from the street a long, vine-covered driveway leads you to this spectacular house located on 970 square meters of land. There is sufficient interior parking for 3-4 vehicles and provides immense security as well as tranquility.
Once inside this estate, the impressive structure becomes at once
intimate and expansive.
Oriented to the sunset, this hinge point is created by the convergence of two private wings that contain separated accommodations for your family and guests.
The glass walls in this home focus on expansive views and connect you with the immediate natural environment, and provides a consistently sunlit space.
As you ascend the stairs you are greeted by a unique water feature to your left and the large door that welcomes you to enter this exquisitely modern home with marble floors throughout.
On the main level is the luxurious primary suite with views of the garden, a fireplace, double marble sinks in the bathroom, a large walk-in closet with a dressing area, and a tranquil patio. There is a large room next to the principal bedroom which is being used as a gym but could be turned into a lovely library or studio.
There is a guest room on this level and it offers views of the garden.
The second level comprises an open-plan living room, dining room, and kitchen. The expansive living room features a dramatic fireplace and a wall of glass opening onto a terrace that is perfect for entertaining and outdoor dining with comfortable seating. And, of course, that incredible view!
The gourmet kitchen is very spacious with stainless steel appliances. On this
level also is an office with glass walls and views of San Miguel. Across the
hall is a large media room.
The rooftop terrace is the icing on the cake. Stunning views of San Miguel and
the Parroquia. Here you will be entertaining for days with an outdoor kitchen, full-size refrigerator, and microwave. There is a jacuzzi large enough for six people, a dining space for eight, and a covered living area with comfortable seating.
There are two separate casitas, each with one bedroom, a bathroom, a small
kitchen, and a rooftop terrace. One of the casita’s has a futon sofa. Each casita is separately enclosed and has its own garden.
Additionally, there is a detached one-car garage, a laundry room, workshop/storage room.
There is parking for 3 to 4 vehicles.
In the parking area is a beautiful Chirimoya tree. It has fruit by the same name but is also called a custard fruit or bull’s heart. The tree is over 100 years old. It loses its leaves every Easter. The process takes about a month to lose all the leaves and get all new foliage. Fruit comes in September.
This exceptional property is located only a 10-12 minute flat walk to the Jardin via a cobblestone street.
The price includes all furniture except artwork and gym equipment.
Ceilings in the main house are about 12 feet. Casitas normal height.
The front door is massive and operates on a ball-bearing mechanism.
2 x 5,000-liter cisterns, one that services only the main house.
Rinnai on-demand water heater in the main house and Bosch on-demand water heaters in the casitas.
6 stage water purification system that purifies the water throughout the compound.
6 person jacuzzi on the rooftop with outdoor kitchen and living area.
Long drive to the house and both casitas eliminates road noise.
A gasoline-powered generator that can be connected to power the entire house in the event of power failure.
Empire fully-vented fireplace in principal bedroom.
Rinnai heaters throughout the main house.
Wired audio system with speakers throughout the house. Can handle multiple inputs so different rooms can listen to different music.
Water pressure systems in the garage and another in the main house, Water softener, RO water purification in kitchen.Updated on October 18, 2021 at 10:31 am