You are here: Home / Santa Cruz La Laguna Real Estate / 2 Bdrm central $ 149,000 STCZH 31

2 Bdrm central $ 149,000 STCZH 31

Santa Cruz La Laguna, property for sale central, 2 bedrooms, $ 149,000 STCZH 31
2 Bdrm central  $ 149,000 STCZH 31

house_for_sale_lake_atitlan

Guatemala, Real Estate for Sale Santa Cruz La Laguna

 

Ideally located in the village of Santa Cruz La Laguna, this little house of 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom offers great location.

Only minutes away from the municipal pier, 100 mts from the nearest beach, walking distance from Restaurants and Bars. In area of expats neighbours but still close to the village of Santa Cruz La Laguna.

Large covered porch, large open living room dining room with windows directly to the lake..

Kitchen looking to the porch and the lake, with marmol top, all equipped.  

One bedroom with large closet and queen bed.

Large bathroom with shower.

2d floor, bedroom with queen bed and closet and windows to the lake.

In this neighborhood only walking access, no electrical cables as they have been buried under ground by the expat community.

Water provided under contract with neighbour, lots of water  and lots of pressure.

Automatic watering system.

WIFI internet.

Property ID # STCZH 31

Offered at $ 149,000 negotiable.

Contact me 001 3055177760 or 00 502 54936161

CONTACT ATITLAN SOLUTIONS

Great location

Volcanos view from the porch

STCZH 31 dining

STCZH 31 porch

STCZH 31 living room

CONTACT ATITLAN SOLUTIONS

Price might changed any moment

Photos of this property show only certaines parts of it and rooms of the house at the time when the photographs were taken. Certain parts of the house may have changed  and it can't be assumed that the photographs are the actual representation of the house. Descriptive, typographic and photographic errors are subject to correction and Atitlan Solutions shall have no liability for such errors. No assumptions should be made in respect of parts of the property or the house which are not showed.

Armand Boissy

Armand Boissy

Featured in The Washington Post