Casa Manzanos is a beautiful residence with the stamp of Mexican architecture built by the architect Javier Almanza.
Different types of stones, ironworks, carved wood, bricks, sculptural doors, terraces, balconies, vaulted ceilings, stained glass windows, niches, mature trees and fountains are the peculiarities that distinguish this Mexican colonial house, in a quiet street in Bosques de las Lomas.
A house with defined and welcoming spaces with views always to the outside, doors that open to these magnificent terraces that with the sound of the fountains infect you with calm and invite you to enjoy each one of these areas. At each table you experience a different moment of unique coexistence, in each room you breathe the harmony that is perceived from the moment you enter this residence with a Mexican stamp and style.
The integration of it is perfect, with a living room, dining room, kitchen and library on the ground floor and bedrooms upstairs; various exits to terraces and a garden with a separate television room with absolute privacy.
The garden with its lanterns illuminate the iconic evenings with the view full of trees and nature. A Mexican corner, with a smell of soul, peace, cordiality, affection and dedication.