Francisco Sosa 421, Barrio de Santa Catarina, Mexico City, Ciudad de Mexico, 04010 Mexico

Conjunto León Rojo, Coyoacán
Francisco Sosa 421, Barrio de Santa Catarina, Mexico City, Ciudad de Mexico, 04010 Mexico

$6,325,000USD
  • 6
    Bedrooms
  • 6
    Full Baths
  • 4
    Partial Baths
  • 20,785 Sq Ft.
    Interior
  • .5063 Acres
    Exterior
  • Undisclosed Price
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    Price / Sq. Ft.:
    $304

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Conjunto León Rojo, Coyoacán

About Francisco Sosa 421, Barrio de Santa Catarina, Mexico City, Ciudad de Mexico

Coyocan is a faithful witness of Mexican history. To own a piece of this land is to be part of the cultural, artistic and architectural legacy of a country that continues to evolve and be the cradle of the most creative minds in the country and the world.

Finding a property like Conjunto Francisco Sosa, is an opportunity that you have once in a lifetime. It is located in the most beautiful and important street of Coyoacan, ancestrally called 'El Camino Real' for connecting with the neighborhood of San Angel. On this avenue, steps from the traditional Chapel of Panzacola, the first haciendas of the Spanish conquerors were built. Today, in this same piece of land, four adjacent properties offer endless possibilities.

Within the Santa Catarina neighborhood, the Conjunto is made up of a beautiful and spacious Mexican house built in 1971 by the distinguished architect of the 20th Century, Manuel Parra, who embodies the Coyoacanense style of the colonial era . Its design is harmonious and open. It has large windows and double height ceilings with traditional wooden beams. It incorporates materials such as clay, talavera, mosaics, bricks and blacksmithing, and has the capacity to house a large family. Its spaces are generous but warm at the same time and allow the entry of light and views of the majestic garden that respects the centenary trees that inhabit there.

This garden out of series made up of azaleas, bougainvilleas, nochebuenas, and various foliage also serves as a connection with the rest of the properties. It is completed by an indoor pool that offers the possibility of exercising 365 days a year. Additionally, the property has a jewel in its garden: a Michoacan troje that not only is a symbol of Mexican culture, but it also is the perfect setting to host guests with an unparalleled level of privacy.

A majestic Library, unique in its style. In an atmosphere of solemnity, between woods and fireplaces, it has the capacity to house thousands of volumes on its two levels. It is a true oasis for any lover of literature and reflection. It has spaces that make it functional, such as private rooms and a vintage kitchen.

Finally, we find the family office: a generous two-storey building created to accommodate a significant number of people who can gather there to work here. It is diverse and adaptable and has a parking lot with access to the street of Parras, and therefore, to the great avenues of the south of the city.

In this important project, each independent but connected property has a dialogue of architecture and fusion between the new and the traditional. Therefore, its historical value is unique, creating an unparalleled condominium to live, work, enjoy life and evolve.

About the neighborhood:

Coyoacan evolves with the city and its trends, but it still retains that flavor of neighborhood, tradition, color, community and respect for history, culture and traditional architecture that characterize it. It has been enjoyed by personalities who have nurtured the intellectual, bohemian, artistic, political and social life of the country and the world, such as Hernan Cortes, La Malinche and Pedro de Alvarado through Miguel Angel de Quevedo, Salvador Novo, Francisco Sosa, Frida Khalo, Diego Rivera and León Trotsky... Dolores del Río, el Indio Fernández, Luis Buñuel, Salvador Elizondo, Octavio Paz... this neighborhood is still alive, offering the traditional Mexican flavor.

Named after the coyotes that used to inhabit these lands, Coyoacan still has important green areas beside its numerous parks, such as Reserva Ecologica del Pedregal de San Angel, Viveros de Coyoacan and Ciudad Universitaria (World Heritage Site by UNESCO).

Marketed By

Mexico Sotheby's International Realty

Calle Julio Verne 9 Polanco
Mexico City, Ciudad de Mexico, 11550 Mexico
Feliza Ortiz
Real Estate Professional
Carla Mendiburu
Real Estate Professional

Property ID:PMRKQC

Amenities

  • Breakfast Bar
  • Guest House
  • Security System
  • Walk-in Closet(s)
  • In-Home Fitness Center
  • Intercom System
  • Wine Cellar / Grotto
  • 4+ Fireplaces
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