Charming, comfortable, great views and very affordable!
Casita Garza gets its name from the beautiful white herons which are characteristic to Parque Juarez, which you can see from the fourth-floor roof garden terrace.
This historic pied-a-terre, nestled in Centro Historico, is just far enough away from all the hustle and bustle to be a quiet, peaceful retreat, and because it is up on the hill, the panoramic views from the bedroom level and rooftop deck are just fabulous! This apartment is tall and narrow with a spiral staircase connecting 4 levels. It is offered as a Turnkey ornate with hand-made furniture, which had to be constructed off site and then assembled inside.
The true pride and joy of the owner’s restoration is the roof garden.
A little history of this property: previously this land belonged to the granddaughter of the Grand Maitre Dame of San Miguel, Rita Krug, who purchased it from the next door neighbors, presently living next door. In 1999, Carl Selph acquired the property to reconstruct this cozy home and remodeled the entire third and fourth floors. The first tenant rented Casita Garza in 2002 and this rental-property has continued to produce a passive-income. Visit its VRBO profile using the following link: https://www.vrbo.com/6768
Since then, this property was purchased as a primary investment property.
The first floor entrance has a study/office as well as a bedroom with two twin beds and a full bath. The kitchen/den, on the second floor, has a lovely breakfast area, cable TV, a private small balcony, lots of windows, a comfortable sitting area with an additional full bath. The master bedroom, on the third floor, has a queen size bed with fireplace, a balcony as well as plenty of closets/drawers, and an attached full bath.
Casita de la Garza is perfectly located just a short walk from the Parroquia, El Jardin, many restaurants, shops and galleries. You can’t beat the location and of course in San Miguel de Allende it’s all about the views, views, views. This Joy of Eden garnered Top Three Best Roof Terraces of San Miguel de Allende” in the NY Times.
*Listed by cooperative broker.