If you’re into guac and margs, this Mexican estate will guarantee instant satisfaction in your farm-to-table endeavors!
This week’s KoaWare Spotlight is a 191 acre estate, is a working ranch with an abundance of lime and avocado trees. The architecture created a spacious and luxurious home, reflective of traditional Mexican design. The kitchen is meant to be cooked in, and eagerly awaits the next dinner party. With a casita, ranch, and corral on the property, space is not limited. The appliances, utilities, and structural components of the home, were integrated with the rural setting and working farm in mind.
This property website was created, and listed, by Katy Duke of GEC Real Estate; She does a beautiful job of setting up the daydream, and presenting a visual lifestyle of the home in her listing description.
“Once in a lifetime chance to get away from it all, yet have it all! Tranquil, safe setting to live, work, and play in rural Yucatan, Mexico. Working lime and avocado ranch with an elegant main home suited for gracious entertaining on a large scale. Guest home, managers home, detached offices, workshops, corrals, equipment storage, and more. A little more than an hour via modern highway to Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. 15 minutes to local shopping and dining. This property could serve as a corporate executive retreat, multi-generational family compound, an event venue, or second home with lavish guest accommodations. Into farm-to-table living? This is it! Pick your margaritas right off the tree! All the modern conveniences are here, but in a dreamlike pastoral setting.”
We love scrolling through the KoaWare Property Sites that have been created by agents, photographers, and marketers around the country; from eye-catching homes, to simple pleasures, to more creative showcases, it’s fun to see listings from coast to coast. Each week we choose our favorite, and share it on our blog, and across our social channels – your Property Website could be next!
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