Pearched high atop a hill over Parque Juarez, Casa Heyne is an artisan masterpiece.
Designed by architect Pedro Urquiza, this extraordinary residence was faithfully built using only the 400-year-old tools and techniques of Colonial Mexico. The result is an authenticity you can sense the moment you step though its antique mesquite doors.
Walls are thick, made of sun-dried adobe brick and limestone, not concrete.
The great room features an exquisite wood ceiling with site-milled beams, a “floating” hand-waxed wood floor, and panoramic views of the Centro Historico.
A wonderful outdoor fireplace is carved directly out of the heat-radiating solid rock that was found on the building site.
The Puebla-style kitchen sparkles with floor-to-ceiling tiles. Commercial grade appliances—two ovens, a gas cook top and grill, a deep fryer, and a smoker/grill are tucked away behind hand-tooled cabinets to preserve the Colonial feel.
The spacious 1,700-square-foot master suite features three fireplaces, a private terrace, and a living room with office.
Five guest suites—Vista, Privada, Cactus, Morocco, and Adobe—are each decorated with a charming theme.
Casa Heyne is a residence like no other. You owe it to yourself to see this magnificent artisan home today.
Flat 10-minute walk to the Jardin
10 wood-burning fireplaces (two outdoor)
Central audio, intercom, WiFi, satellite TV
Whole house water purification
Furnished with exceptions