This lovely, light filled, single level home is located in a quiet neighborhood, just 5 minutes from the central Jardin. The charming, picturesque courtyard, surrounded by lush plants, sitting areas, and the soothing sound of water flowing from the fountain, makes for a relaxing, peaceful stay in San Miguel.
The tastefully furnished and comfortable living room w/fireplace, is lovingly decorated with colorful Mexican folk art and offers views of the interior courtyard. The first bedroom includes a queen bed, fireplace, large closet, and adjoining bathroom with a deep tub/shower and cupola. Across the courtyard is the second bedroom with queen bed, an impressive “boveda” ceiling with cupola, and an adjoining full bathroom.
The casa comes with a fully equipped kitchen. Another cupola and “barrel boveda” ceiling extends from the kitchen over the dining area, which opens onto the courtyard. A laundry room with washer and dryer is located on the upstairs terrace. Also included is Cable T.V., D.V.D. and C.D player, Internet access, and phone.
The housekeeper will offer you breakfast and/or a light lunch and any laundry needs, 2 days per week.
We have indicated children OK, but they must be at least 12 Years of age.
Also, in terms of simultaneous exchange, this is actually open to either way, and whatever works for us all.
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
My husband and I are both lovers of houses and architecture. In fact, we started our own design business called Visionary Spaces, to help others create personal and magical environments. We decorated our casa with this in mind and hope anyone who stays there will feel at home and embraced.
I am also a Jungian-oriented psychotherapist in private practice, as well as a professional artist. I work primarily in clay and make large figurative pieces. My husband is an architectural drafter and also a professional artist. His medium is photography. We live in a lovely coastal town in Northern California, about a block from the beach. We love to travel, and of course, we love San Miguel!