Colonial Home in Beautiful Unesco Town of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Colonial Home in Beautiful Unesco Town of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
4 Bathrooms

About our home

Our lovely and centrally located home is in the Colonial town of San Miguel de Allende. The house has just been redone and has a small pool and lovely views from the roof of the city. We are in the desirable Centro, walking distance to all the fabulous restaurants, shops and art galleries. We have a maid in the morning from 8:30 to 1:30 and a gardener 3 times a week. The house is part colonial and part modern. It is filled with our collection of Mexican Folk Art so we are nervous about children also because of the pool. The house is spacious, and comfortable. We have ceiling fans for the hot month of May and heaters and fireplaces for the cooler months of December-February. Our pool is heated in the cooler months.

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More about us

  1. We have traveled extensively, we chose SMA because of the weather, it's a walking city, and all the extensive art programs. , we have a cactus garden.

  2. We lived in NYC for 35 years before moving to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

  3. We love art and are actively collecting Mexican folk art

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Our home is on one of the most beloved streets in SMA. It is in The center of the historic district 3 blocks from the Jardin ( where the parroquia is and the town square). All the best restaurants and stores, nightclubs are a very short walk.

Buzzy restaurants
The Restaurant, Chamonix, Companion, Firenze etc. etc.
Cool bars
Mezcalería is around the corner,
Cozy cafés
Pegaso's roof top bar- 2 blocks from our home
Retail therapy
Too many to list, endless shopping- you may begin at the Aurora, with art galleries and fine stores filled with Mexican crafts.
Bit of culture
Bellas Artes, Biblioteca, Santa Ana theater- dance, lectures, music- all listed in weekly paper the Atencion.
Walks in the park
El Charcoal
Spot of exercise
Parque Juarez! Yoga, Pilates, swimming,dancing
Day tripping
Guanajuato- beautiful hill town, great ceramics created by master ceramicist Gorky and Capelo

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