This well located home, just a couple of blocks from Parque Santa Ana and Paseo de Montejo, is the only home we saw that was not named. Or maybe it does have a name and was just not included on the listing site or on the facade. This was also the last home we saw on our list and because we already had a couple of favorites we did not spend much time here. The floor plan was not this home's best feature. The first room you enter is set up as a dining room, with the first bedroom just to the left. The next room is the kitchen with island and beyond that a pleasant tejeban (red tile covered terrace). The master bedroom opens to the garden and a nice pool. All the rooms have well-preserved original pasta tile floors of unusual patterns.
All in all, not a bad home. It just did not speak to us. See what you think by checking it out on the Mexico International site by clicking on the link below.