A historic house in Prado, completely renovated in 2011, with an extremely modern style and high-quality finishes at an amazing price. It is located in El Prado, in one of the most famous avenues in the area, and very close to Prado Park.
An unbeatable opportunity to acquire an excellent property with first-class equipment and exquisite features.
The 500 m2 house is located on a plot of 1103 m? and has two floors.
It comprises a large front garden with space for 4 or 5 vehicles, an impressive green back garden with landscaping where there is a large swimming pool, a covered barbecue, an exterior deck, and a guest apartment.
The main house welcomes us with a large entrance to the main hall with a modern central skylight and a stylish staircase, the place that leads us to the rest of the house. There is a living room with a wood-burning stove, dining room, elegant and spacious kitchen with breakfast area and wood-burning stove, guest bathroom, laundry room, and bedroom with en-suite bathroom. There is also an outdoor lounge area with a pergola.
Upstairs, there are two bedrooms, both with a wood-burning stove and one of them with a large terrace at the back, sharing a spacious full bathroom, There is a master suite with a wood-burning stove, a comfortable dressing room, and a private bathroom made of marble with exquisite finishes. From here, there is also access to the front terrace.
In the extensive back garden, there is a large pool with fountains and a hydro-massage area, a Japanese-style, covered barbecue area with a grill, a guest bathroom, a comfortable private apartment for guests with a living/dining room, and an integrated kitchen on the ground floor and a spacious bedroom with an en-suite bathroom on the upper floor.
All the windows and the skylight have double glazing and are imported from the US, the floors are imported from Mexico and the interior doors have been brought over from India. All this, together with the elegant design of the tiled floors and some restored original windows, give a unique touch to the property.
Central heating via radiators and main hot water via a gas boiler.
The origins of the El Prado neighborhood date back to the 19th century, when the Uruguayan aristocracy built houses and retreats in the vicinity of the Miguelete stream. Known as, “The lung of the city”, the 106 hectares of grounds include several places of tourist interest, including the “Juan Manuel Blanes” Municipal Museum of Fine Arts, the Botanical Garden, which is a large fenced park surrounded by trees, flowers, aquatic plants and drought-tolerant plants and the Sagrada Família Chapel, known as Jackson Chapel. Today, the El Prado neighborhood has all the services, schools, and health centers. Through its location, it is the perfect home for those who work in Zonamerica – a business park near Montevideo.