Artesanally-crafted house set on ¾'s of an acre of the most beautiful land in the mountains above Guanajuato. The house has two bedrooms with large, built-in hand crafted wood cabinets and drawers. The full bathroom also has a hand-crafted wood cabinet and drawers, a majolica sink, embossed tin and tile mirror and decoratively-tiled walls, floor and shower. The spacious eat-in kitchen has handmade majolica tile counters, stove, refrigerator, large sink and handcrafted wood storage cabinets and drawers, both above and beneath the large counters. The living room features a handmade built-in bookcase, and fireplace with propane connection. Every room has large screened windows and the floors are made of hard-to-find “cookie” Saltillo tiles. The house and property have modern plumbing and heating systems; high pressure water tank and water filtration system including ultra-violet water purification; large capacity, gas-saving “pass-through” water heater; large metered propane tank; built-in reverse cycle heating and air-conditioning units, a back-up 6.9 KW Honda generator with indoor control panel and a large “grey water” cistern and water collection system for irrigation. This house is known locally as The House of the Flowers because of the 70+ species of flowers, plants, cacti and fruit-bearing trees that surround it [among them lemon, lime, mandarin, quince, apple and pear trees, tiger flower orchids, amaryllis, agapanthe, calla lilies, roses, dahlias, begonias, bougainvillea, nasturtiums, maguey, agave, flowering finger cactus nopales and many others]. Set over magnificent views of the surrounding mountains is a spacious, tiled 435 sq ft “infinity” patio for relaxing and entertaining. Beneath the patio is a 270 sq. ft. guest house and storage area with large picture windows, running water, and electricity. A large, hand-tiled outdoor grilling and storage structure adjacent to the patio completes the outdoor enjoyment experience. Located in the charming pueblo of Santa Rosa de Lima, but only a short bus, taxi or car ride from downtown Guanajuato, this property is the true “Treasure of the Sierra Madre”!