Architectural delight that’s located a half block from the lake and sits right in the heart of Ajijic.
It’s within walking distance of the Lake Chapala Society, malecón,shopping and restaurants. From the moment you pull up to the property, its large, imposing walls give you a strong sense of security.
The house sits on a corner lot, with two entrances that offer easy accessibility. The property has two individual parking spaces with automatic door openers, in a secure, covered garage.
Once you take your first steps inside, it’s impossible for the wow factor to not take over. The house sits away from the street and is located towards the back of the property.
When you walk past the main door, the patio, heated pool, wet bar, and small green areas instantly greet you and make you feel at home.
Plus, it’s perfect for entertaining guests while also being quiet and private.
When you step inside the house, the wow factor is quickly intensified by the high wooden ceilings that measure approximately 25 feet, at their highest point.
Inside the walls, you will find a large living/dining room, a library/study, and a lounging area. All of which are covered by, you guessed it, the jaw-dropping wooden ceilings.
The rest of the house leaves the wooden ceilings behind and boasts traditional, high-quality construction.
There, you’ll find two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms; one of them with a large walk-in closet. Likewise, there’s a good-sized kitchen with pantry, indoor terrace, and laundry room.
Because of the home’s unique design and construction, there’s a ton on natural lighting that comes through and illuminates the different rooms.
It stays cool during summer and warm during winter. If it gets too cold though, there are two fireplaces that will help keep you warm. The property is very secure and easy to maintain. There’s also a lot of potential for adding to its -already impressive- construction and architectural layout.
Casa BJ quite literally has it all; size, design, charm, comfort,security, and location.
More information about Ajijic: http://chapala.com/index.php/ajijic