Catalogued by the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (The Institute for Fine Arts) in Mexico, this magnificent, historic mansion is uniquely located in the heart of the financial district, in the exclusive area of Lomas de Chapultepec in Mexico City. Originally constructed in 1890, this grand residence distinctively resembles an old California Mission. According to history, construction stopped on the mansion with the advent of the Mexican Revolution, but it began again soon afterwards, it was completed in the 1940´s. Today this important home is completely restored. It is now an exceptional opportunity to acquire an historic jewel in the best location in Mexico City. Total land surface of the property measures 14,079 square feet, total construction is 15,639 square feet. The electric and hydraulic installations have been recently renovated and the residence has all the modern conveniences such as, air conditioning, heat, a sprinkler system, an automatic garage door, cable internet and television.
This property is for sale furnished. The luxurious finish on the house include a white façade made of quarry stone and galvanized steel. Indoor spaces include granite stairs and religious talavera images, which have remained in perfect form. Inside are steel doors and both marble and hardwood floors. The main hall incorporates two spectacular crystal chandeliers, a marble floor, an exquisite Moroccan style ceiling and beautiful pink quarry stone. Pink quarry stone also accents the second floor and the other rooms of the house.
A lavish Florentine ceiling and hardwood floors are handsome features of the living room and a Spanish style dining room with a Moroccan designed ceiling and hardwood floors, seats ten or twelve. The kitchen is completely equipped with appliances and there is also a comfortable, adjacent breakfast room. Granite stairs and steel balustrade lead from the basement to the second floor, which is beautifully designed in a talevera decor.
One of the most impressive rooms in the house is the Tearoom. It is decorated with a Moroccan flair. The Tearoom has an impressive skylight and stained glass windows, which really make this room a work of art. The second story of the mansion has four bedrooms and five bathrooms. All the bedrooms have hardwood floors, chandeliers, walk-in closets, handcrafted ceilings, and skylights. The rest of the house includes two servant’s quarters, a laundry, a storage area, an eleven-car garage, a terrace with a balcony, plus another enclosed terrace on the roof. The basement includes a bar and two bathrooms under a skylight. A fine-looking garden surrounds the three sides of the mansion, adorned with quarry stone and talavera fountains.
Price: Price Upon Request
Size: 14,084 Sq. Ft.
Bathrooms: 5 Full, 2 Half
Speciality Items: Construction Started in 1890 & Finished in the 1940s, Sold Furnished, Florentine Ceiling, Tearoom, Two Servant’s Quarters, 11 Car Garage.
Address: Av. Paseo de la Reforma 403, entre Av. Reforma y Montes Esca Mexico Distrito, Federal, DI 11000 Mexico