Located in the Cata area, at 5 minutes from the square of the temple of the Lord of Villaseca. Unfurnished, in rustic Mexican style, combined with modern construction. You must go up an alley to get to the house, without vehicle access. It is built on several levels combining interior spaces with open terraces. At the entrance there is a green area with flower planters and trees. It has 3 levels. On the first level there is a small kitchen, living-dining room and a full bathroom, patio area and a separate room with a full bathroom and closet. On the second level there is a very large room, which can be a living room or family area or living room with a continuous balcony. In the patio there is a weeping wall(fountain) and another separate bedroom, with a full bathroom and closet, a replica of the one on the first floor. To the third floor, you walk up a metal staircase, which leads to another very spacious bedroom, with a closet and full bathroom, an outdoor patio, and an unfinished room without windows, which could be an artist's studio or workshop. The nice thing about this house is its proximity to the temple, to the square, to the offices of the Women's Institute and with a pleasant view of the mountain. Great for someone who works in that area. If you have a car, it is a neighborhood with a lot of demand for parking, but after 5 in the afternoon, you can find a place to park. Preferably for people who can easily go up the alley, and because inside the house you have to climb stairs. Cata is a Guanajuato real neighborhood.