House Fer is located in a new residential development north of the city of Merida, a few kilometers from the beaches of the Port of Progreso. The residential has wide avenues, restaurant, sauna, yoga area, bike path, jogging, fixed bike area, children's games and more; its artificial lakes and vegetation as well as its different amenities invite you to enjoy a pleasant and quiet environment.
-Tennis and Paddle Courts
-Multiple event room
-Pool and Jacuzzi
Casa Fer consists of two levels, on the first floor is the living room, dining room, kitchen, half bath, terrace, pool, laundry area and parking for two cars. On the upper floor there are three bedrooms, the main one with a bathroom and a walk-in closet, a full bathroom for the other two bedrooms and a TV and/or reading area.
The house also has solar panels, fans, blinds, hydro-pneumatic system and 55" Sony TV.
This beautiful property has access to one of the lakes with an option for a dock, which few houses in the development have that alternative.
The city of Merida is located in the southeast of the Mexican Republic, in the Yucatan peninsula, being today one of the cities with the greatest growth in the health, education, commerce and construction sectors, besides being considered one of the most traditional and safe. The center of Merida is an area that not only still retains the colonial buildings and mansions of the early last century, but also, the modern structures and buildings are part of the urban environment of the city. Archaeological areas such as Chichen Itza and Uxmal, cenotes and beaches are part of the attractions that surround the white city of Merida.
It is located in the southeast of the peninsula of the same name, bordering the Gulf of Mexico to the north, the state of Quintana Roo to the east and the state of Campeche to the southwest. It has in its territory some of the most visited places in Mexico, essential by all means like Chichén Itzá, Mérida, the route of the cenotes, or the archaeological sites of Dzibilchaltún, Mayapán, Ek Balam (The Black Jaguar), Labná or Uxmal. The state also has notable architectural works built during the colonial era and even today, as well as various centers of recreation and entertainment.
CONSULTANT: CECILIA DUPINET
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