Title : Commercial Property for sale
Keyword : Commercial property for sale, Bed and breakfast Guanajuato, Guanajuato real estate
Summary: Three commercial properties come to mind and stand out in any market with sophistication. Mineral de Pozos has a
knack for attracting wealth and creativity. This makes for interesting choices.
If you are looking for an investment opportunity and commercial property for sale, I invite you to consider Mineral de Pozos. With
precious metals being a hot topic in the global economy and pundits advising international investing in emerging markets, this
historic town in Central Mexico just outside of San Miguel de Allende, can be an exciting opportunity. With stunning relics of days
gone by, massive stone ruins allude to a wealthy time in history. The Mexican government just designated the colonial town of 5000
plus, a Pueblo Magico, meaning Magic Town. Protected, money for infrastructure and buried electric lines, updated water lines, and
Fonatur visitors center. They, Fonatur, are responsible for aiding in launches of many outstanding towns in Mexico.
Still ahead of the curve in the uptrend, it will not be long before deals are no longer available and commercial property for sale will
escalate in price. Land has seen increases and parcels with ruins and antique structures are almost obsolete. There a few
international who were very brave and in contrarian investing about ten years or so ago when lots cost almost nothing. Three
commercial properties come to mind and stand out in any market with sophistication. Mineral de Pozos has a knack for attracting
wealth and creativity. This makes for interesting choices. The first is called LavenDar Farms. A labor of love in developing two
beautiful casitas and one two bedroom home with a caretaker cottage and horse stables. 12.7 acres with 5000 lavender plants,
thirty olive trees, lemon and lime trees, bushes of rosemary, a raised bed garden, drip irrigation system and the early stages of a
business to cultivate lavender and olives. The sweeping views of big sky and mountains will stop you in your tracks. The Wild West
has never been so beautiful. This is a perfect property to design culinary adventures for weddings, corporate or family retreats. The
farm sits on a canyon and horseback tours through the canyon has in the past been a welcome revenue stream.
The second business is a Tesoros acclaimed Boutique Hotel which has easily become the anchor in town for meetings,
celebrations, weddings, and a great place to dine for local recipes like Pozos mole, a spicy chocolate sauce served on enchiladas
with chicken or meat. Mezcal tastings occur once or twice a year too. The owner travels Mexico and helps educate the patrons with
his collection. Built from an old noodle factory, the owners, a husband and wife, created and replicated a world-class hotel with
ruins, cactus gardens, local talavera tile, architectural detail and an authentic Mexican experience. The third property was designed,
in part, by an architect from Mexico City and a fiery female entrepreneur from Texas via Miami. Completely built in caliche stone, a
vernacular to this area unlike any other part of North America, two stories, colonial elements with french doors and windows, typical
elegant tile floors, local iron work in railings and balconies, an updated commercial kitchen outfitted with stainless and three large
sinks, and many more updates when the new owners renovated.
All three of these commercial properties have one strong theme in common. The commitment behind the business and building to
provide excellence and outstanding spaces. The special qualities of Pozos are ever present behind the scenes. Simplicity,
authenticity, and days and days of warmth and sunshine create such powerful energy that amazing qualities come to the front. The
magic that is Pozos has the ability to elevate and inspire. Investing in the cornerstones of the growing international community can
be a safe way to diversify and create revenue and a Wild West adventure.