Chelem House Rental Photos and Description
A Unique, 2 Bedroom/ 3 Bath Beachfront Home With Pool In Chelem
Las Gaviotas is one of the most unique homes in the Chelem, Yucatan area. This 2 story home has 2 bedrooms, and 3 bathrooms and truly has it all! When you enter the front gate you see the lavishly landscaped yard, you walk into a huge screened in porch area that is perfect for entertaining large groups. Throughout the home there are Mexican arches and hand painted tiles. The kitchen has new custom hardwood cabinets and Mexican accents. The large oceanfront porch opens to a deck area with pool and a palapa (thatched roof) umbrella. This home has a massive seawall and sits high above the Gulf of Mexico.
Upstairs you will find 2 large bedrooms and bathrooms, but the home has real surprise in that it offers a unique domed reading nook on the 3rd story. The ceiling in the dome was just hand painted by a local artist, it is truly beautiful, a perfect place to relax and gaze at the ocean views.
The rooms are very large and spacious and you will have plenty of space to stretch out and just breathe and slow down for awhile. But best of all, this is our home with all of the comforts and personal touches of home, not a rental house that provides only the basic level of comfort. We want you to feel welcome from the minute you open the front door. Mi casa es su casa.
All of the north of the border amenities are in place for beachfront enjoyment, there is high speed internet, air conditioning and a washer and dryer.
The Yucatan is the safest state in Mexico, much safer than where most of us come from, however you must take the same security measures that you would in your own home. Doors and windows must be locked and secured at night and when you leave the house. Our home also has a roll down main gate for additional security and privacy. A safe is provided for passports and extra cash or valuables.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- smoking allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
A couple of boat weary sailors stumbled into Progreso one day looking for refuge. After 12 years of living on a 40 foot sailboat, it was either buy a house or someone was going to be marooned on an uncharted island somewhere.
We were shown this house when we were heading back to Cancun to catch a plane back to the Bahamas where our boat was located. We fell in love. We had walked in and out of endless casas in the previous weeks and when we walked into this one, we knew we had found a treasure.
She is located close enough to the village that you can take a leisurely stroll in on Sunday to pick up some Conchinita Pibil for lunch, but you will very rarely have to share your beach with another human being.