In a privileged location; On the corner of Virreyes and Juan de Acuña, we find this imposing property that is entered through a cobbled bay surrounded by a charming garden with a fountain and a main wooden carved door in the Californian colonial baroque style of Las Lomas de Chapultepec.
As we cross the door, we are greeted by an iconic hall framed by a stone-carved fireplace and a sculptural staircase. We find in this space a mixture of materials; Quarry elements, wooden beams, organic ornamentation with details of Art Nouveau ironwork, solid wood beams and stave floors, double height ceilings, heating with European-type radiators that adorn the entire house, and give it a classic and sophisticated aesthetic.
On the ground floor, on each flank of the hall, there is the living room and a dining room with a beautiful circular double height cellar and a study with walls lined with wood and impeccable classic carpentry, plus an underground cellar for the most connoisseur underneath study.
Upstairs there are 4 bedrooms, all with full bathroom and closets, the main one with a specially designed circular walk-in closet. All bedrooms are spacious, have natural light and important views to the outside.
The kitchen is modern and functional, and it is completely renovated.
There is a separate casita from the main house, with a large bedroom and independent kitchen, below it is the service and laundry area with good size and functionality.
The entire property is surrounded by a garden that overlooks different and mixed green textures.
It is a bright, cozy and elegant house with European details and a Californian colonial style, all of great taste and sophistication that invites coexistence and harmony.