Stylish holiday home in Jalisco, Mexico

Even if some of us don’t like to admit it, everyone needs a brake every once in a while. It’s always nice to be able to go away for a few days and to relax and have fun, either with your loved one or with friends and family. Ideally it would be to have a holiday home where you can go to, maybe one like the SJC House, located in San Juan Cosala, Jalisco, Mexico.

This particular mansion has everything one would need n order to feel good and to forget about all the problems and worries. The SJC House is located close to Lake Capala so it has easy and almost immediate access to the lake and the beautiful nature surrounding it. It’s the perfect refuge during summer. It was designed by Ricardo Agraz and it was destined from the beginning to be a vacation house. The house covers 550 square meters on a 2,200 square meter property. The rest is divided between the front yard and the backyard. It provides easy access to the road by simply crossing the front yard. The backyard is where all the fun takes place. There’s a pool and a nice terrace that await the guests.

If you go a little further you reach a dock from where you can admire the breathtaking views. The lake and the nature surrounding the area are amazing. It’s a evry relaxing area, perfect for holiday homes.

Published by in Architecture, on August 4th, 2011


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