My favorite was only $150,000. The colonial homes here in Granada have names. The translation of this one’s is “house of the arches”. (You can see a video of the property here.)
The house comes with over 2,300 square feet of living space and two huge bedroom suites. It has a balcony upstairs, with the living areas downstairs. There’s lots of nice wood trim, the house is newly remodeled, and it even has a garage.
Outside, the front of this home, like most colonials, is relatively plain.
But inside is the real treasure. Of all the properties I saw in Granada I felt that this one was the best value in my price range. It had plenty of room for living, and good facilities for guests. And it would rent very well, thanks to its excellent location and the courtyard pool.
To find out more about this property—and everything else I discovered on my “colonial Nicaragua” expedition—see the current issue of International Living magazine.
Editor’s Note: Lee’s full report on colonial Granada is in the current issue of International Living magazine. Subscribe here to read the full article.