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House for Sale in Huitzilac, Mexico

Huitzilac, Mexico

2 Bedroom / 1 Full Bath / Half Bath

Furnished

Price: $75,000 USD

Living Space: house 91 sq. meters Property 1300 sq. meters

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About the Property

Affordable 2BR. Country Home. Land of eternal spring near Cuernavaca Morelos Mexico. Quiet subdivision.

Affordable country home. Two 650 sq. meter adjacent lots package. One with 91 sq. meter (980 sq. feet) 2 BR. furnished bungalow on corner lot. Quiet subdivision. Paved roads. telephone , Internet, security alarm system, free to air satellite TV, wood burning fireplace, 120/240 volt electric service, washing machine, 15,000 liter cistern, two demand propane water heaters, built-in stove, 15 cu refrigerator, mini secure basement. Parking for 3 cars off street, large treed garden, nearby grocery stores. Taxes under $200.00 US per year. Was $85,000 US. Reduced to $75,000 for quick sale. All offers considered. 1 hour to Mexico City, 20 minutes to Cuernavaca. 15 minute bus service 200 meters walk. This property is located in a subdivision with neighbors close by. However there is good privacy with many trees and houses are separated on large lots. The elevation here is about 7000 feet and there are no mosquitos, very few flies and insects. This link provides an accurate indication of our local climate https://weatherspark.com/y/5661/Average-Weather-in-Huitzilac-Mexico-Year-Round The foundation is constructed of concrete, poured slab on grade, stone and brick walls. tiles and a wood floor in one bedroom. Plumbing and wiring is good. By the way the cost of electricity is very reasonable averaging about $225.00 pesos bimonthly. Telephone with internet is $389.00 pesos monthly. Water for shower, bathroom, laundry etc is collected from rain through a filter system. Drinking water is delivered two or three times a week in five gallon bottles. The stove and water heaters use propane that comes from a tank by the house. Mini basement measures 5 1/2 x 12 1/2 feet

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