Published On: Tue, Feb 6th, 2018

Centro living is what everyone in SMA wants, right?

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Charming furnished Spanish Colonial home on north Loreto Street boasts the advantage of being a short walk to both the Jardin and the Fabrica Aurora, as well as the nearly-adjacent artisan’s market and numerous restaurants and shops, and a parking lot literally around the corner, if you own a car.

Centro living is what everyone wants, yes?

The tiny façade hosts only a doorway, but the home opens up behind the foyer to a sunny fountain-anchored courtyard with outdoor dining and a separate-entrance guest bedroom.

Living and dining spaces flow together in an open floor plan and the huge second-floor master suite—same footprint in size—boasts a large eastern-sun sitting room, solarium skylight and sunny south-facing master bath with a grand, corner copper tub with his-and- her reading lights for luxurious soaks!

 

Click here for full description, photos, listing brochure, features and more details on this beautiful property!


 

greg-thumnailLifestyle Realtor, Architect & M.B.A. Greg Gunter with Coldwell Banker Global Luxury® SMART is a frequent San Miguel Times contributor who brands himself as “The Dream Pro: San Miguel’s Dream Home Expert!” Published and quoted on Mexican real estate in publications from International Living to the New York Post and The Daily Beast, Greg’s transition from a lifelong career as a retail and residential developer to becoming a Top Producing Realtor in Mexico was a winning career evolution.

A resident of San Miguel de Allende since 2009, Greg is a Certified International Property Specialist®, Diamond Society® member (awarded Top Earning Realtors) and Global Luxury and Previews Property Specialist®, awarded the top 4.6% of Coldwell Banker Realtors internationally with a proven track record of working with clients just like you! Questions about relocating to Mexico? Contact Greg at his web site DreamProHomes.com.

Click here to contact Greg 





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