Charming,tranquil new house in old Vallarta

Master Bedroom second fl.Living RoomFirst floor studio bed/sitting rmFirst floor studioBalcony second floorFirst fl. dining rm.First floor studio patioSecond fl. kitchen/dining
Cuauhtemoc 635 centro, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco 48300, Mexico

Overview

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps 6
Per week $400 - $750
Per month $1,200 - $2,150
Type: Home
Description of the Puerto Vallarta vacation home rental
Located along the Rio Cuale, Casa Brava is a new house with touches of old Mexico in the town center, Gringo Gulch, where the first foreigners settled, steps from Liz Taylor's old house, a 5-10 minute walk to the church, plaza, shopping and galleries, a 20 - 30 minute walk to Los Muertos Beach.

There are 2 units for rent.
Both the first floor studio apartment and the second floor family style apartment offer secure, tranquil repose with birds, butterflies, iguanas and the sounds of the river to soothe and refresh the spirit.

The first floor apartment has one double bed and one single sofa/bed and sleeps 2. It has a small outdoor patio off the dining area, high ceilings and ceiling fans and its own entrance.
The second floor 2 bedroom has one queen size bed in the master bedroom and 2 single beds in the second bedroom and sleeps 4. There are large balconies off the living room and master bedroom, high ceilings and ceiling fans.
Both have art work and libraries and abundant gardens.
The owner is an artist and has her studio and living space on the third floor.

The first floor studio sleeps 2
Nov.1-May 1 $ 75./day May 1-Nov. 1 $75./day
$ 400./wk. $350./week
$ 1200./mo. $500./month

The second fl. 2 bedroom Nov.1- May 1 $ 100./day May1-Oct.30 $100./day
$ 700./wk. $500./wk.
$ 2,150./mo. $800./mo.

Both units have high ceilings and ceiling fans, separate entrances and are bright and airy, safe and secure with many flowering plants and art work. The first floor studio has a garden patio, one double bed and one single sofa/bed and sleeps 2. The second floor has one queen size bed in the master bedroom and 2 single beds in the second bedroom and sleeps four and also has ample large balconies outside the living room and master bedroom for outdoor sitting.

The owner is an artist and has her studio on the third floor.

Angeline Kyba

Area Info
Cuauhtemoc is one of the oldest streets in Puerto Vallarta, Vallarta's the oldest house still stands on this street, Guerrero, and it is at this point that the street name changes to Cuauhtemoc, named after the last Aztec king. It is a quiet street just around the corner from the busy town center, except at fiesta time when music can be heard from across the river, or fireworks from the neighboring colonia. The neighborhood is a wonderful mix of Mexican and foreign people, the burros still go by daily carrying their loads, there is good bird and butterfly watching and iguanas are abundant. There is a market a five minute walk from Casa Brava. The street is safe and well lit and there are no buses on this street. The owner is an artist, a painter of people, who built the casa for her studio which is also a gallery on the top floor and which is open to visitors with a major one woman show each February.
Property Rates
Begins Ends Week
Night
Weekend
Night
Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
Jan 01 2013 Dec 31 2014 - - $400 $1,200 1 week
Jan 01 2013 Dec 31 2014 - - $750 $2,150 1 week
Lodging tax: included
Deposits: half the rental
Payment Options: Personal Check, PayPal
Other Fees: Rates;2nd fl. 2 bedrm. Nov.-Apr.30 $750./wk.$2,150./mo May-Oct. 31 $500./wk. $800./mo. Studio Nov.-Apr.30 $400./wk. $1,200./mo. May-Oct. 31 $350./wk. $500./mo. Daily rate second fl. $150. and first floor studio $100. There are no other fees, it is customary to tip the maid.
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
Mountain biking
Gourmet restaurants
Many fine art galleries, owner has art studio 3rd floor
Good Latin music and salsa clubs
Inexpensive art classes for children and adults
Boat trips to secluded villages and beaches
People watching on the Malecon, the boardwalk
sunday evening dancing in the plaza
Reviews for this vacation home rental in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico
mireille

mireille

Princeton; NJ

authentic

January 8, 2009

Authentic Mexican; different experience than condo type apartment; great location; get the chance to "mix up" with Mexican families - but have to put up with substandard kitchen equipment and bathroom (the apt. needs renovation but it is quite OK).

A renter

A renter

San Fransisco, CA

Marg and Ray

March 28, 2005

thank you for the geat time, hope to return.

A renter

A renter

Toronto,Canada

Casa Brava

February 9, 2005

Great charming Mexican street,safe and secure

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