Residence 14 is arguably one of the best residences, considering it features three façades, that’s right it is only attached on one wall to the property line. It has a great location right across from the old mature laurel tree on one side and on your entry side it is directly across from the landscaped green space.
It features an entry courtyard which takes you to the front door. The ground floor features and open layout with living room, dining room and large kitchen as well as a half bath. Complete with elevator, full laundry, staff quarters and service patio.
The second level features, two large guest bedroom suites with balconies and a bathroom terrace.
The master bedroom with walk-in closet and large terrace is located on the third floor.
Strolling down on Organos Street you stumble upon an unassuming door, not knowing it holds the best secret behind it… La Noria.
Reimagining life in San Miguel Centro. The 16 unit, residential Complex La Noria is located in the historic center of San Miguel de Allende, 6 blocks near the Jardin. The project offers pedestrian access through Organos street and vehicular access into the underground parking through San Antonio Abad street.
Each Residence has been carefully placed, allowing virtually in all of them to have two to three façades, something uncommon in the historic center of San Miguel.
La Noria has been conceived with a “Contemporary Mexican Style” using materials from the region, such as stone, quarry, plaster, white washed beams, all in light colors to give the spaces lots of light. The Residences are developed on three elevator-accessed levels with pergola terraces at the top.
Each residence has 2 parking spaces, and a storage unit in the parking level. All the houses have an interior elevator, three bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and closet or dressing rooms, washer and dryer or laundry room, living room, kitchen, terrace with a pergola section and 10 of the houses include staff quarters.
Within the park-like setting of La Noria, you will find open spaces designed with the privileged climate of San Miguel de Allende in mind.