San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

12 Prol. De Aldama 12.  $2,500,000
Make good use of your passport with a second home in San Miguel de Allende. The historically significant city, with cobblestone roads and charming boutiques and restaurants, sits at a high altitude in central Mexico allowing for a mild climate year-round. In fact, even multi-million dollar houses here are built without air-conditioning. A two-and-a half-hour flight from DFW to Leon, Mexico, then a one-and-a-half-hour car ride is all it takes to get there—no jet lag to worry about. Once you arrive at this 6,919-square-foot Spanish Colonial abode, take comfort in a loggia with panoramic views of the city, a wet bar, gas grill, and nearby Jaurez Park. The house boasts a possible six bedrooms, six-and-one-half baths, hardwoods, and boveda ceilings with cupolas. Additional amenities include a billiards room, wine storage, and a central patio with a koi pond. Nancy Martinez. Virginia Cook Realtors. 972-381-6705.


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