Casa Valenciana is a cozy, rustic and elegant home designed and built by the famous architect Manuel Parra, with unique vault ceilings, arcs and irregular spaces that convey the atmosphere of an artist’s atelier. Made of adobe it keeps fresh in the summer and warm in the winter. Its double panel European windows prevent noise and wind from entering the house. It is composed of 2 floors, 350 m2, with three bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, 2 half-bathrooms, spacious living room with a large bare brick wall, lovely dining room, studio space, high ceilings. There is WiFi throughout the house and part of the garden. It has wooden floors, a large laundry room, a garage for 3 small cars, water reservoir, a water filtration system, solar water heaters, BBQ grill, two large storing spaces. It is mostly equipped with furniture, with space to bring additional chairs, tables or other furniture, as well as plenty of hanging space to decorate it as you wish. The kitchen has a modern refrigerator, stove and a unique sink with double spaces, as well as cabinets for storage, and a kitchen smoke hood. There is a large bookshelf, and smaller places in the house to place art pieces. The house has a magical garden with cycads, a ceiba, fruit trees, bromeliads and succulents from the region, with 750 m2 and a winding path to lead you to various part of the garden. It is suitable for pets and children as part of a family, or a person that desires natural space to work in. It has a working table in the garden and a beautiful and cozy atelier, as well as space to work outdoors with a roof. With beautiful views of the Sierra Santa Rosa and the city of Guanajuato, as well as the towers of the Valenciana temple, it is located in a place that reminds you of the natural world, while maintaining the small-town feeling, part of Guanajuato. The street is inhabited by an eclectic mix of locals and foreigners as well as the former governor of Guanajuato and renowed ceramic artists. Most wood in the house is of sustainable origin and very high quality, or of old recovered wood by Manuel Parra, such as the mesquite dinner table or the unique doors. The house also has two porches with gorgeous views. It is located 5 min from the bus stop to the center; 5 min by car from the supermarket, 15min to the center of Guanajuato, 5 minutes from the MACROCENTRO (exercise complex) and a large running track. 5min to elementary and middle schools, and 2min walk to the Valenciana Temple, the BOCAMINA and the Mina Guadalupe, all part of Guanajuato’s tourist stops as part of a UNESCO heritage city.