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- 3 bedrooms
- 5 bathrooms
- City / Strip
- 41-50 Years Old
- Security System
- Range / Oven
- Luxury Properties
- Storage Area
- Granite Countertops
- Breakfast Bar
- Double Oven
Property descriptionUnder the pencil of the famous architect Manuel González Rul, with a spectacular façade, we find this iconic house from the 70's that evokes a modernism between fine woods and marble on the incredible corner of Monte Ararat and Sierra Gorda, in the heart of Las Lomas.With a spectacular entrance with some stone stairs that take us to a sculpture by Heriberto Juárez, we find this jewel of architecture that welcomes us to the spectacle of history, good taste and the modern world.
The house obtained a mention from the Paris School of Art and was a finalist for the 1978 Le Corbusier Prize for the influence that Victor Vasarely had in integrating the sculptural aspect of the project.
A dome created by him illuminates the house providing movement and harmony to every corner.
Wooden lamps on ceilings and walls cause illusory effects of depth and movement, of elegance and congruence.
The main room with a marble fireplace is an open and cheerful living room that continues onto the pool and a landscaped patio. A few steps up, we find a cozy family room with incredible recessed woods and with a particular style. Three bedrooms overlooking incredible Indian Laurels, with closets and full bathrooms with a unique look from that epoque.
At the bottom, a sculpture is the protagonist that invites us to a room with a bar and a waterfall fountain with many stories to tell.
Monte Ararat 710 Lomas de Chapultepec Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City, Ciudad de México, Mexico
Ciudad de México , Mexico City , 11550
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