MX Phone: 415.185.8311 or 415.185.8407

US & Canada Phone: 1 (214) 550.4898

Property id# 4653

Casa Olita

  • Monthly: $1,500 USD
Light-filled and spacious, this three bedroom, two and a half bath home with a bonus room that is used as an art/exercise studio, was designed and built by renowned architect, Gabor Goded.  With an excellent combination of colonial and contemporary style, as well as its smart layout, this is a gem of a home.  Located on the edge of upper Centro in la Palmita, it is only a 15 minute walk to El Jardin, the main plaza.  

The entry level includes a large kitchen with an island and plenty of storage that opens to the dining area.  The adjacUtilities included: ent double-height living room with fireplace has views and direct access to a lovely walled patio with fountain. The master bedroom with large walk-in closet, ensuite bathroom and fireplace is also on this entry level, conveniently making this an ideal home for one-level living. A guest bathroom and garage with ample storage round out this first level.

A staircase leads to the second level with two bedrooms, which share a tumble marble bathroom. One of these guest rooms has its own fireplace and cozy terrace.  A short staircase leads to the art/exercise studio with amazing views.  From the second-floor terrace, access the rooftop which offers fabulous countryside views.

Utilities included: Cleaning and gardener once a week.

Utilities paid by Tenant: Propane, electricity, water, local phone, alarm system, internet, and cable TV.

Agent: Gloria Farias - 044.415.153.5059

Colonia: La Palmita
Floors: 2
Bedrooms: 3
Full Bath: 2
1/2 Bath : 1


Services available

Included in Sale

  • Views
  • Terrace
  • Studio/Office
  • Rooftop Terrace
  • Living Room
  • Laundry
  • Garage
  • Fountain
  • Fireplace
  • Courtyard
  • Water Purification
  • Water Cistern/Storage
  • Solar Energy
  • Pressured Water
  • City Water
  • City Sewage
  • Cable or Satellite
  • Alarm System
  • Fully Furnished

Property Location

Property 4653 Map in San Miguel de Allende