Nestled atop a hill overlooking the Parque Juárez, House Heyne is a handcrafted masterpiece.
Designed by the architect Pedro Urquiza, this extraordinary residence was built with fidelity using only 400 years of age, the tools and techniques of colonial Mexico. The result is a authenticity you can feel the moment that despite its ancient doors of mesquite.
The walls are thick, made of adobe, adobe and limestone, not concrete.
The great room has an exquisite wooden ceiling beams site ground, a handmade 'floating' waxed wood floor, and panoramic views of the historic centre.
A wonderful outdoor fireplace is carved directly into the solid rock that radiates heat that was found in the construction site.
Puebla-style cuisine shines with tiles from floor to ceiling. Appliances and two commercial-grade ovens, a gas and Grill, a deep Fryer, and a smoker cooker / Grill
-They are hidden behind cabinets made by hand to preserve the colonial ambience.
The main suite of 1,700 square metres has three fireplaces, a private terrace and a living room with office.
Five suites, completely private, Cactus, Morocco, and Adobe-are decorated with a lovely theme.
Heyne House is a residence without equal. You must yourself to see this magnificent House of the craftsman today.
A 10-minute walk from the garden
10 log fires (two outdoor)
Central audio, intercom, WiFi, satellite TV
Garage for two cars
Whole House water purification
Equipped with exceptions
Price subject to change without notice.