This lovely, modern townhouse has two stories, two bedrooms, dining area, two and a half baths, an upstairs television lounge with DVD player and cable TV, one-car garage, and a fully equipped, open-plan kitchen with full-sized refrigerator, gas stove, microwave, coffee maker, blender, toaster oven, pots, pans, silverware and much more.

And WiFi, of course. There’s also a water-filtration system.

living room
The living room. Comfy furniture, a rarity in Mexico.
View from living area to dining area and on to the kitchen.
Living room exit to the carport.
Kitchen. Everything you’ll need in those cabinets.

You’ll also find an abundance of bath towels, hand towels, washcloths, sheets and blankets, including a real goose-down comforter for our chilly winter nights.

There’s a balcony with a view of the Sierras and glorious sunsets. The house is a 10- to 15-minute walk to Pátzcuaro’s famed, huge, beautiful Plaza Grande which is lined with towering fir trees, coffee shops and an abundance of restaurants.

Available for short-term vacation rentals or long-term stays. The owners, a bi-national couple, respond immediately to any rare problems that might appear.

There is a laundromat just over a block away. A supermarket is about half a mile away. Public transportation in the form of minibuses and taxis pass regularly one block away.

Good times

At 7,200 feet above sea level, Pátzcuaro is usually cool, often damp. Leave your shorts and sandals at home. October till mid-December is the best time to visit, especially November when it’s picture-perfect. Spring is less desirable. It can get warm and stuffy, especially in the early evenings.

Bedroom with queen bed.
Bedroom with double bed. Both bedrooms have their own full bathrooms.
View from the cobblestone street.
Exterior of the townhouses going downhill. An old photo.
TV room upstairs, like a second living room.
Upstairs TV room facing in the other direction.
Stairwell comes up from the left. Far door leads to balcony.
Carport garden which provides a great view from the living room.
View from balcony. A typical Mexican street scene.

Caveats: No pets, no smoking, no minor children and no principals under age 30.

Reservations only via AirBnB. Direct link here.

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