MX Phone: 415.185.8311 or 415.185.8407

US & Canada Phone: 1 (214) 550.4898

Property id# 3692

Casa Jade

For Sale $1,350,000 USD

Casa Jade boasts a spacious, coveted garage and extra parking in front of the house for guests. Opportunities to own a home as special and close to Parque Juarez do not come often. Casa Jade doesn’t disappoint!

Designed by acclaimed local architect, Jorge Olivares, and his artist wife. This organic-modern home is a refreshing mix of natural elements and modern sensibility. Three main terraces play off of expansive, floor to ceiling windows. The open spaces are only possible through the home’s steel construction. Light filled rooms and high ceilings are yours to enjoy the amazing views.

The open feel compliments traditional boveda ceilings and colorful, original mission tile floors. A hand-carved cantera door frame, stone columns, and a nickel-plated bathtub, featured. Mexican cantera floors run throughout the four bedroom, four bathroom home. With another room serving as a gym.

The kitchen is modern yet timeless. It offers a Coriat stove, beveled glass upper cabinets and carrera marble countertops. Besides the terraces, there are also two cozy courtyards and a garden on the top floor. An assortment of jade plants, mesquite and huizache trees, grace the garden. Which offer another lovely nook to enjoy the verdant canyon.

Positioned at the crest of a lush privada only steps from Parque Juarez, sits the majestic Casa Jade. Replete with a charming bronze church bell and grand, hand-cut stone facade. This stately three story invites you in with its unique step entry and vibrant rock garden.

Agent: Gabriel Rubiera - 044.415.101.0474

Colonia: Centro
Size land: 389 m²
Size construction: 4,413 ft²
Floors: 2
Bedrooms: 4
Full Bath: 4


Services available

Included in Sale

  • Terrace
  • Rooftop Terrace
  • Living Room
  • Garden Area
  • Courtyard
  • Boveda ceilings
  • Water
  • Electric
  • City Sewage
  • Furniture Negotiable
  • Appliances

Property Location

Property 3692 Map in San Miguel de Allende