Iconic Home in

Mexico City

JARDINES DEL PEDREGAL | Mexico City

6 BEDS | 12 BATHS

2,200 SQ METERS +/- HOME 23,680 SQ.FT.

2,606.50 SQ METERS +/- LOT 28,056 SQ. FT.

$2,999,000 USD

GLOBAL REPRESENTATION


 

THE HOME

Built by award winning architect Gerardo Matrínez Garza, this 6 Bedroom 12 BatHroom home is another statement in today’s excellent architecture powerhouse that Mexico is.

Located in Jardines del PedregaL one of the most iconic neighborhoods in Mexico City. This home features everything that the most discerning buyer WANTS.

 

INTERIORS

 

METICULOUSLY DESIGNED, THE LAYOUT OF THE HOME CREATES A NATURAL FLOW BETWEEN EVERY ROOM AND AREA. NO EXPENSE WAS SPARED WHILE BUILDING THIS HOME, UTILIZING ONLY THE FINEST MATERIALS FROM AROUND THE WORLD INCLUDING MARBLES, WOODS, GRANITES, GLASS AND OTHERS.


INTERIOR FEATURES

  • In an area of 2,606.50 square meters this residence has 2,200 square meters, with construction on basically one floor

     

  • Grand Entrance Hall with His and Hers Guest Bathrooms 

  • Skylight with 12 x 4.5 meters Hand Painted Stained Glass

  • Interior Fountain.

  • Monumental Trophy Room with a Separate Bar and Fireplace

  • Wood library with Fireplace. 

  • Large Living Room

  • Dining Room for 14 People

  • Dining room for 10 people, between this and the other dining room a pantry to serve both (with attached storage)

  • Indoor Garden 

  • Large Kitchen with Laundry and Ironing Room

  • Two Independent TV Rooms

  • Full Gym with Attached Bathroom and Massage Room

  • Indoor Pool (12.5 x 5 Meters) with integrated spa and Hydro Jets

  • Indoor / Outdoor Area perfect for setting up tables and chairs for up to 120 sitting guests

  • Large Master Bedroom With Large TV Room

  • Make Up Room

  • Two Independent Walk-in Closets

  • Large Bathroom with Spa

  • Four Bedrooms with Walk-In Closets and Full Bathrooms

  • Two Service Bedrooms with their respective closets and bathrooms

  • Sewing room

  • Work Room (Intended for Cleaning and Re-Loading Weapons) with 4 x 3 Meters Walk in Closet Annex

  • Underground Shooting Range of 30 x 1.5 meters


GARDENS

ADDITIONAL FEATURES

  • Frontal Garden Large Fountain

  • Wine Cellar

  • Two independent machinery and equipment rooms

  • Three spacious storage rooms

  • Private Security Station at the Entrance with Bedroom and Bathroom attached for at least 4 Guards

  • Covered Garage for 10 Vehicles and Additional space for 6 More Cars on the Driveway

 

  • Inlet Water Filter to Designed to Clean Impurities

  • 50,000 Cubic Meters, Hydro-Pneumatic Equipment with 2 Motors and Hot Water Re-Circulator

  • Two Stationary 1000 Liter Intercommunicated Gas Tanks

  • The House is Equipped with its own Light Post and Transformer

  • External Water and Power Reading Boards

  • Switch with 3 Lines and 16 Intercoms

  • Additional Office with Commuter and 2 Additional Independent Phone Lines

  • Fiber Optic Installation Throughout The House

  • Newly Installed Solar Panels that Reduce Significantly the use of Electricity

  • Smart Home Operations Ready




THE LOCATION

- JARDINES DEL PEDREGAL -

Jardines del Pedregal (Rocky Gardens) or simply El Pedregal (full name: El Pedregal de San Angel) is an upscale residential neighborhood in southern Mexico City hosting some of the wealthiest families of Mexico. It is also known as the home to the biggest mansions in the city. It borders San Jerónimo Avenue and Ciudad Universitaria at the north, Insurgentes Avenue at the east and Periférico at south and west. Its 1,250 acres (5.1 km2) were the major real estate project undertaken by Mexican modernist architect Luis Barragan. Initially developed in the mid-1940s in the lava fields of the Pedregal de San Ángel, it was probably the most significant urban development the city had seen. The first house to be built here was the studio/home of architect Max Cetto.

The area has changed a lot since its original development but even as its modernist spirit and its original elements of ecosystem protection are gone critics have described its unique development, the houses and gardens as a turning point in Mexican architecture. Some of the old modernist houses have been catalogued as part of Mexico’s national patrimony.

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