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Guanajuato, Mexico

10 Bedroom / 9 Bath/ 1 Half Bath

Furnished

Price: 275,000 USD

Living Space: 550 sq meters

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This property consists of 5 full apartments that have been used as AirBnBs. Located at the edge of Pueblito de Rocha, just 7 minutes from the Mummy Museum and 15 minutes walking distance from the centro, this property is a spectacular investment in Guanajuato capital. It sits just steps away from everything you need including fruits and vegetable stores, tortilla shops, barbers and beauty salons, pharmacies, and an Oxxo convenience store. Literally everything you need is within 1 to 2 blocks from home. 10 bedrooms, 9 full bathrooms and 1 half bathroom.

This beautiful building houses 5 full apartments plus two additional rooms that can be rented on AirBnB. It also has space on the 5th and 6th floors that can be used for parties and entertaining. The upper levels overlook an incredible view of the surrounding landscape.

The third and fourth floor apartments are separate from the first and second floor apartments so that the owners can live privately on site, if they wish, while managing the AirBnB apartments on the lower levels. The entire building was designed to provide income as well as housing for the owners or a property manager.

Lockers on the lower level contain plenty of sheets, pillowcases, towels, and everything you need to get started right away with an AirBnB or boutique hotel business in Guanajuato!

All apartments have reverse osmosis water systems and the property as a whole has special water filtration to guarantee that the water is very clean and healthy. There are two tinacos on 6th floor where the water is stored before use.

The building is located next door to Encino Park, an incredible natural area filled with kid’s playground equipment (see the map at the bottom of this page for more information).

There is a parking space on the street right outside the building. There is a bus stop within steps of the front door that goes directly to the centro. Taxis are also available on Tepetapa and they can drop you off right outside the front door.

This building is extremely secure. There are cameras installed around the perimeter of the property and most of the windows except those on the far upper floors have bars. The doors are equipped with coded locks that can be programmed online remotely to provide admittance to a cleaning lady or a property manager even if you’re in another country. All floors have two doors separating the apartment spaces from the outside. On the lower level, there are two coded doors that lead into hallways that then have doors leading into each individual apartment. Guests are assured that their belongings are safe and their space is well-protected. On the upper levels, a coded exterior door leads into a shared area. Each apartment then has a coded door.

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