Colonial house built around 1870 in the neighborhood of Vedado, 200 meters from the sea. It was bought by the Villalón family in 1909 and it still boasts its original French tile roofs, colonialstyle furniture, 19th century mosaic floors, and a large inner patio brimming with tropical vegetation.
The house is located in front of Villalón Park, 50 m away from the Amadeo Roldán Auditorium Theater (permanent site of the National Symphonic Orchestra) and only 400 m away from Mella Theater and the Meliá Cohiba, Habana Riviera and Presidente hotels, and the Galerías Paseo shopping mall.
A totally independent part of the house is rented, with two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen-dinning room and a great balcony for your exclusive enjoyment.
Prices to be agreed via electronic mail, according to the season of the year and the length of your stay.
- Private entry
- Eat-In Kitchen
- Hot water
- Air conditioning
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