A true work of art, Casa Bubu reimagines the colonial days of 18th century Granada with elevated style and attention to detail.
This city mansion has five full king ensuite rooms all overlooking the longest lap pool and most sophisticated deck areas in colonial Granada.
The property is optimally located just two blocks north of the bustling central square, with unobstructed views from the second floor over the city to Mombacho Volcano.
The owners, international travelers having had properties in Paris, Miami, New York and Marrakech, spent two years collaborating with a custom finish crew of thirty local artisans to craft a unique dream property in this historical home in Granada.
Wood details are of royal cedar, custom encaustic tiles were locally fabricated (and the mold was broken!), black stone from Brazil, and traditional thick private Tadelakt walls provide durable privacy in this city-center mansion.
The home is sold fully furnished and accessorized - all the furniture, lamps, lanterns, built-ins, beds, tables and chairs were custom designed and hand-crafted by local artisans from Nicaragua’s pueblos blancos area –a zone known for fine craftsmanship.
The upper terrace is unique with a gorgeous view of the entire city, three main churches and the volcano. This is the perfect lounge area for a breezy drink, with a huge wraparound built-in sofa, full of pillows and intimate reading corners.
The house boasts excellent security, elevated 6 ft from street level, accessed through gates, with a separate staff entrance and video surveillance.
This home was previously operated as an ultra-exclusive boutique hotel for decadent living, and has hands down the best bar Sotheby’s has seen in Nicaragua. No audience, however sophisticated, could be disappointed at an invitation to this city-chateau.
A 550 square foot basement contains a commercial-grade laundry with four washers and dryers, plenty of storage, and a technical room with water storage tanks as well as a backup generator for completely seamless operation.