Three bedroom contemporary residence in Mexico City

This beautiful property is a contemporary house located in the Bosques de las Lomas neighborhood, Mexico City. It covers an area of 4,844 square feet. The house is currently on the market for $1,109,930 (14,000,000 Mexican pesos). It has a simple and modern design. The house is a three-storey structure with glass walls and an open floor plan. It has several beautiful architectural details such as the exposed beams, the tempered glass exterior walls or the glossy concrete floors.

Even though it might seem like a contemporary creation, the house was actually built in the mid-1980s. However, after the drastic renovation that took place two years ago, it got a completely new look. The living room is located on the first floor and features a suspended fireplace and glass walls that allow panoramic views of the side garden. Next to the living room is the dining room that opens onto the kitchen. The kitchen features an industrial décor with stainless steel appliances and dark-glass cabinets. On the same floor there’s also an office, two maids’ rooms and a half bath.

The second floor can be accessed via a suspended staircase. Here you can find the master suite with its large walk-in closet along with a teak terrace. There’s also a TV room with a skylight and a door leading to the same terrace. The second floor also houses two bedrooms and a room that’s currently used as an art studio.

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This one can also be sued as a fourth bedroom. The property also has beautiful gardens with elephant ear, bamboo, bromeliad, aloe vera, and yucca. There’s also a two-car garage. Overall, it’s s surprisingly modern house with a beautiful interior design. The one disadvantage would be the fact that it doesn’t have any heating system or air-conditioning, but that;s only because of the climate.{found on nytimes}.



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