Casa de las Diligencias Centro (San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, MX ) Built

$2,000,000 USD

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  • Type: Commercial
  • Style: 2 Story
  • Bedrooms: 9
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Half Bathrooms: 2
  • Size: 7,563 sq. ft.
  • Development Level: Built


Located in the heart of San Miguel de Allende, this masterpiece of colonial architecture is a relic.

In an austere baroque style, this two-story house has two patios, nine rooms, and seven balconies overlooking two of the main streets of the historic center, including two commercial spaces on the main level, one of them with a second access to the property from the street to the second patio. For more than three centuries it retains the original structure distribution on both architectural and decorative elements that only a few constructions of that time have to the date, like the stone and masonry, wooden doors and windows with beautiful iron-work, clay tiles floors, and the original hydraulic system.

Because of its location, this house has beautiful views of the main churches and from its seven balconies, you can watch from a unique perspective the traditional events that take place in this city like parades, processions, and popular celebrations. At the roof, you could build an amazing sunset roof terrace with 360° views.

Full of history in every corner, Casa de las Diligencias was built in the 17th century. Its main purpose was to store high-end products, accommodate merchants, and keep carriages safe. A simple baroque style building, this 2-level property has two patios; the main one, where passengers were received, and the second one, where merchandise was unloaded.

Have a look at this jewel of San Miguel de Allende and buy a piece of history!

Those who have visited describe San Miguel de Allende as an enchanting city, one with remarkable architecture. The cobblestoned streets and brightly colored Spanish-colonial buildings are a signature of the city. The 64-block historic center is so unique and picturesque, it was named a UNESCO World Heritage site. And once more, this 2021, Travel + Leisure readers choose Mexico’s San Miguel de Allende as their favorite city in the world, as part of the annual World’s Best Awards. That, of course, meant it was also voted the top city in Mexico.

- Interior Features
- Vaulted Ceiling
- Exterior Finish
- Concrete Block Stone Stucco
- Panoramic Views
- Cooling
- Heating
- Other
- Sewer/Water Systems
- Public Water District
- Corner Lot Courtyard Patio
- Cable Available High Speed Internet Available




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