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La Casa Chica de Cortés

Posted on July 2, 2015 by Rogerio in Rentals, Short Term

Price:

Low season: $460.00 USD a day
$2,800.00 USD a week
$9,000.00 USD a month

HIgh season: $520.00 USD a day
$3,500.00 USD a week
$11,900.00 USD a month

Mínimum rental 3 days.

Area: Downtown
Style: Colonial
Levels: 1
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3 1/2
Living room
Dining room
Kitchen: equipped
Servants’ room: with bath
Garage: 1 car
Garden: manicured
Pool: yes
Construction: 462 m2
Land: 847 m2
Included: Houseman, maid, cook, gardener, internet, TV cable, electricity, local phone calls
Not included: Gas, Long Distance & cell phone calls, tips.
Capacity: 6 people.  No dogs, cats or babies.

Truly one of a kind, this elegantly-restored and decorated 16th Century Colonial jewel in the historic heart of Cuernavaca has three bedrooms, a pool with terraces in sun and shade, and a lovely garden. It is the perfect place for relaxing, studying, working or entertaining in a wonderful ambience of culture and luxury. Exquisite examples of Mexican art and sculpture, collected by the owner, are perfectly placed in rooms bright with silver-framed mirrors and niches holding ancient figures. Antique wrought iron candelabra illuminate the dark wood dining table and Mexican tile floors gleam in every room. Sparkling fountains and fabulous sculpture soothe the senses in the restful garden. A long Gallery, open on the garden and ideal for entertaining, runs the length of the house and ends at the pool. Opening off the Gallery are the softly-white Master bedroom and a beautifully bright guestroom furnished from the owner’s trips through India. The pool terrace has space for party tables and musicians, and ends at the charming one-bedroom guest house. A second-story “Mirador,” or overlook, is the crowning touch with dramatic views of the Cuernavaca Cathedral and Cortes’ Palace, both of which the Conquistador Hernán Cortes built in the 16th Century.

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