A Stone Home Wrapped in Lush Greenery Seeks $2.9M in Mexico

The residence’s rocky facade conceals refined interiors made of wood, glass, and marble.
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Location: Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico

Price: $2,895,000

Year Built: 2019

Architect: Arqlabs

Footprint: 7,750 square feet (four bedroom, four-and-a-half baths)

Lot Size: 0.24 acres

From the Agent: "Casa Nido is located within the gated community of the same name, made up of only nine exclusive residences and a common area with amenities such as a pool, bathrooms, a barbecue, a multipurpose room, pleasant gardens with controlled access, strict 24-hour surveillance, and impressive trees in Jurica, one of the most emblematic subdivisions of Querétaro. Surrounded by exquisite vegetation, the property invites us to contemplate the integration of materials with nature and the work of one of the most recognized offices in Mexico."

A curved stone walkway leads to the home’s main entrance, set amidst mature trees and native vegetation. Recessed lighting adds a warm, cozy glow.

Clerestory windows line the primary living spaces, providing privacy while allowing ample natural light to filter inside.

The large kitchen comes with custom cabinetry, as well as top-of-the line appliances, including a Wolf tepanyaki plate, Sub-Zero refrigerator, and Miele dishwasher. Floor-to-ceiling built-ins above the breakfast bench provide additional storage.

Large, sliding glass doors in one of the home’s four bedrooms open up to a private terrace.

The primary suite features a private terrace and en suite bath.

Casa Nido in Queretaro, Mexico, is currently listed for $2,895,000 by Sara Salazar of Sotheby's International Realty.

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