This spectacular House located on the corner of Mount Everest street with Alpes, in one of the best residencial neighborhoods of the City, is a great example of the “Californian Colonial” or “Mexican Neocolonial” style, cataloged by the INBA as urban heritage of the city.
This imposing house, of great heights, with elegant and sophisticated spaces, preserves the richness in the design of the Neo Colonial era in Mexico. The most peculiar thing about this style is the profuse ornamentation, made with pink quarry, that surrounds doors and windows, which we can clearly appreciate on the facade of this house, as well as the high ceilings of each room that are covered with different designs in elegantly carved wood and the large dimensions of the spaces.
We are welcomed by the large central hall illuminated by beautiful stained glass windows, which distributes the social areas of the residence, and leads us to the spiral stairs with a wrought iron brandal, which invites us to go up to the second and third floors.
The state of conservation is good but the spaces have great potential for remodeling, it has multiple bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms, as well as large service areas, a roof top on the 3rd level, parking for 5 cars and a garden that surrounds the property.