A 10,000 sq ft restored beautiful colonial house in the hearth of Granada. This house is fully equipped. Has 5 large colonial style bedrooms with bathrooms and air conditioning, 4 big corridors, 3 patios, 4 lounges, dining room, bar, pool, sculpture fountain, a waterfall volcano rocks wall, indoor garage for four vehicles and mezzanine with antique family pieces and french furniture.
This is the most beautiful home in Granada. Built with Spanish Colonial Elements and fully equipped with antique french, English, American and Nicaraguan furniture all around the house, over 40 paintings, library and two grandfather antique clocks. This house has been in publications, books and paintings.
San Miguel home is situated next to Iglesia La Merced (La Merced church), on Calle Real (Real Street). The house is just 2 blocks from Granada´s Central Park.
The home features five bedrooms in the following arrangement - Three spacious bedrooms each with king size beds, bathrooms, air conditioning, furniture.
A fourth bedroom is located on a second floor and is ideal for a live in nanny or maid, also equipped with two twin beds and bathroom downstairs. A fith room second floor with a view to Iglesia La Merced and Calle Real. Well vented with breeze from the East side.
All rooms are fully equipped with beautiful antique furniture. The living areas are organized around extensive corridors fully furnished with antique furniture, library, dissected African buffalo head, antelope heads and elephant ivory tusks on the wall. There is a private familiar bar and seating area next to the pool. The opposite end of the pool is located next to a waterfall volcano rocks wall from Masaya volcano. The home has three classical colonial living rooms with doors directly to La Merced Church´s atrium and view to Calle Real where you get a cool breeze coming from the East (Nicaraguan Lake).
Iglesia La Merced was founded and built on 1,783. It is Spanish style and beautiful baroque facade.
“This house was built on the 18th Century by Mercedariosy friars. Evaristo Carazo, ex Nicaraguan president lived in this house.”
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“Next to one of the oldest church, Iglesia La Merced, founded and built in 1534. Gets an excellent breeze coming from Iglesia La Merced´s atrium. Ride a catamaran boat and spend the day in one of the Isletas (small island) for US$250.”