This beautiful house is built with the traditional architecture of the region with tile roof, wood beams, high ceilings, stone columns, ceramic tiled floors and colorful Mexican Talavera tiles. There are 2 wood burning fireplaces and lots of natural light.
There is a large upstairs terrace that is perfect for bird watching or gazing at the stars at night. The large patio in front is perfect for sipping coffee while reading a good book.
The house sits on a large landscaped yard with fruit trees and enjoys a spectacular view of pine forests and extinct volcanoes.
It is situated within a gated community with cobblestones streets and there is a peace and quiet that is hard to find in Mexico. The neighborhood is perfect for your morning walks.
Close by is the Patzcuaro with its multiple plazas and unique 16th century architecture. Patzcuaro also known as the "magic pueblo" is famous for its Day of the Dead celebrations and also of Semana Santa.
The city of Morelia is 40 minutes away and is named a Center of World Heritage by UNESCO, also has an international airport that serves several major US cities.
Throughout the area are several small rustic towns famed for their arts and crafts and within a 3 hr drive on excellent roads lie the coastal cities of Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo.
Keywords: Colonial-style house
Though my husband and I live in the States, we travel to Mexico on a regular basis and kept returning to the Patzcuaro area. We decided to build a home there, where we could escape the cold wet dreary days of winter and enjoy the sun and blue skies. We found the perfect spot just outside the city of Patzcuaro. We hope you all enjoy the house and surrounding area as much as we do. Gabriel and Denise
The Owner purchased this house in 2008