Casa Mia in Lomas de Palermo is a distinctive Spanish Colonial Revival style home; where old-world enchantment meets modern industrial finishes
This one-of-a-kind colonial-style 3 bedroom home is ready for full-time or vacation living. The bougainvillea-covered archways offer a priceless level of charm. Hammocks and rocking chairs are found throughout the home in shady areas allowing for a place to unwind at any hour of the day. You can’t help but relax in this serene space and if you need to cool off the two-sided infinity pool is steps from every room in the house.
Easily maintainable stained polished concrete floors are throughout the home. All doors are cedar and the windows are high-quality PVC. The home was recently renovated including an updated kitchen and bathrooms. Concrete countertops and custom sinks are throughout the home as well. The home comes fully furnished with custom hardwood furniture. The pool was also just refinished with Diamond Brite and ample in-pool seating. The home is powered by a full 220v solar package with an on-grid capability if needed.
The bedrooms and the main living space offer efficient mini split AC units to keep you comfortable during the hotter days. With the position and elevation of the home, offshore breezes keep the home cool with excellent cross ventilation throughout the year.
All three bedrooms have separate entrances to the main living area, providing privacy for visitors. Each bedroom has plenty of space for a king bed as well as ensuite bathrooms. The two upper floor bedrooms have sliding glass doors leading to the balcony with 180-degree views including the bay of San Juan del Sur, and the valleys and mountains surrounding the town. The master bedroom has two sets of sliding glass doors. One leading to the pool and the other to a morning coffee nook facing the Ocean.
This raised corner lot enjoys expansive ocean and valley views for the best of both worlds. Behind the home, there are fruit trees consisting of mango, sour orange, papaya, banana, and passion fruit vines. Miami palms and royal palms are prevalent and dispersed throughout the expansive property.
Situated near the entrance to Lomas de Palermo which has underground electricity and dedicated wells for the development. The vibrant town of San Juan del Sur is less than a five-minute drive from the home. The restaurant, clubhouse, and pool at the Villas de Palermo Resort are only a ten-minute walk from the home. Within the development, there are many kilometers of walking trails through the forest that includes a small waterfall in the rainy season.
On the back corner of the ⅓ acre lot, there is a caretaker’s home with a full bathroom and deck. This could also be used as a home office as it’s just far enough away to be separated from the day-to-day activity of the home.
Casa Mia in Lomas de Palermo is an excellent opportunity if you are looking to move to Nicaragua full-time or simply looking for a proven rental property.