Beautiful home in Colonial San Miguel de Allende Mexico with vista and terraces

Beautiful home in Colonial San Miguel de Allende Mexico with vista and terraces


Mar 2017

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
4 Bathrooms

About our home

Beautiful, comfortable home with multiple wall fountains, terraces and gardens offers open vistas of San Miguel, environs and its churches. Easy walk to centro for shopping, sightseeing, tours and wonderful dining. San Miguel offers diverse cultural activities including concerts, plays, lectures, art and dance. Multiple language schools for spanish study. Many spas and hot springs. Casa Primavera has master bedroom suite with office and double bath, guest bedroom, 2 other studio bedrooms, 4 baths..satelite TV, high speed internet and vonage phone. Maid 4x a week and gardener.


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  1. Saul is retired English professor . Leads tours of centro.

  2. Linda is retired art educator, designs books, watercolors, builds houses.

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Where is it?


Founded in 1542 by Fray Juan de San Miguel, a Franciscan monk, San Miguel de Allende retains a rich colonial charm with its cobblestone streets and beautiful Spanish colonial mansions, many of which have been restored to their former splendor. It's a protected national monument; all new construction must conform to the colonial archictecture. San Miguel de Allende is a Mecca for the arts, with two major art institutes, numerous galleries and too many artists-in-residence to count. Attracted by this atmosphere, there's a sizable foreign community, lending a cosmopolitan flavor to its activities. Despite all that, it's still quiet and tranquil. Try to imagine a town of 80,000 without one single traffic light. Got the picture? That's San Miguel! El Obraje, our neighborhood is quiet and removed enough from centro to see the fireworks yet quiet enough for reading and resting. We have wonderful neighbors.

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