19th-Century Spanish Colonial Sparkles in Puerto Rico
Are the beaches of the Caribbean calling your name, or more specifically, the magical coastline of Puerto Rico?
Then you might just be interested in this luxurious five-bedroom Spanish Colonial located in the heart of Old San Juan.
Minutes from Condado Beach and the Miramar Arts District, this home was built in the 1800s and boasts an exceptional location in one of the Caribbean’s most vibrant cities.
Allowing in plenty of natural light, the arched entryways connect the home’s interior to its private outdoor spaces—which include balconies, a rooftop terrace, and an enclosed courtyard.
In addition to five bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms, this 5,000-square-foot mansion has nearly 2,000 square feet of exterior space.
On the first floor, two guest suites come with full kitchens, dining areas, and bathrooms. They can be converted into apartments for short-term rentals.
The property boasts a one-car garage (something that’s notoriously hard to find in Old San Juan), so it’s no wonder the property has been listed for a steep $3,199,000.
Best of both worlds
There’s also partial marble flooring, exposed-beam ceilings, and a recently renovated kitchen. The updates offer the best of both worlds: a modernized home that retains much of its historic charm among the cobblestone streets in Old San Juan.
The area is a top tourist destination, the listing notes, with its elegant and historically significant buildings. And the locale is known for its numerous dining, shopping, and nightlife options.