Location: Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia
Address: Cra. 10 #38-1 a 38-113, Cartagena, Bolívar, Colombia
This 4 Bedroom Cartagena Villa 1 is perfectly situated in Cartagena’s Old Town, near Plaza de San Diego and amongst charming cobblestone streets, gourmet restaurants and brightly colored houses.
Though completely updated, the home still keeps its historic, old world charm in tact. The theme of the home is marine like which is exhibited though blue and white furniture, wood and nautical accessories.
The first level of this house is centered on the beautiful swimming pool, which is surrounded by the two open-air living areas, a small dining space, and the principal dining room, which is attached to the kitchen and main living room.
The outdoor space is intriguing with its stone walls, beautiful landscaping and sweeping palm trees. Every room of the home comes with unparalleled views of this space.
The second level holds the bathrooms and bedrooms which carry out the nautical theme with their wood beamed ceilings and shutters and comfortable blue and white linens and bedding.
The master bedroom features a king-sized bed, two others have queen-sized beds and the fourth houses a single bed. The top floor of the home has an amazing terrace with beach chairs and its own small dining room, offering the perfect space for entertaining, relaxing or just taking in a quiet Colombian evening.
Located in Cartagena’s historic center, the 4 Bedroom Cartagena Villa is perfect for sightseeing and getting a glimpse of the best colonial architecture in the city. Great restaurants and bars are within walking distance.
“Please Note: Internet service in Old Town can be unreliable at times and outages do occur. If full internet access is a priority for you, please let us know prior to your arrival and we’ll advise on how to best stay connected throughout your stay.” NOTE: true to the charm of old colonial Cartagena homes, this home is not equipped with hot water.
Cartagena’s Old Town features the well-preserved remains of the colonial city walls (“ciudad amurallada”). With its narrow streets and brightly painted colonial buildings, it’s the perfect setting to shelter from the midday sun or end the day with a cold beer in one of the dozens of fancy restaurants and clubs.