In October of 2007, The New York Times featured this home in its 'Great Homes' section. That article, including photographs, can be viewed by going to New York Times website and searching for 'Great Homes' and then 'Mineral de Pozos'.
The home was designed by the noted Mexican architect, Gabor Goded, and built between 2000 and 2003. The home consists of two buildings, a one and a half-story residence and a two-story studio. Each building is approximately 2,200 square feet. However, rental of the property does not include the lower (basement level) of the studio, which is a photography laboratory.
Rental includes the entire 2,200 sq ft of the home and the entire 1,100 feet of the art studio. A gardener/groundskeeper lives in a small casita on the property 24/7 and is available for errands, assistance and chores.
The residence consists of the following: on the ground floor, a large room (approximately 22 ft x 55 ft) which serves as combined living room, dining room, and kitchen (three double doors open from this room onto a spacious patio and the garden); a small library and adjacent half bath; a bedroom (queen bed) with a full bath. Stairs lead to a large master bedroom (22 ft x 24 ft, king bed), a dressing room, a full bath, and a very large (22 ft x 42 ft) outdoor patio. The house is fully and comfortably furnished, including a fold-out, queen size sofa in the library and a couch, which can serve as a single bed in the living room. The kitchen is fully equipped.
The ground floor of the studio, 18 ft x 60 ft, is included in the rental of the property. It is divided into 2 rooms. The main room is 18 ft x 42 ft and serves as an art studio; the secondary room serves as additional studio space and/or office.
Entry to the home is through large double gates, and there is space for parking two vehicles inside the property.