San Ignacio is the premier residential development in Antigua Guatemala. The area is 100 private, with only 11 homes under construction. Floorplans vary from about 5500 square feet to more than 8000 square feet, on very ample lots. Each house offers a private Spanish Terrace with unbelievable views of Antigua's volcanos and the surrounding coffee farms. These prestigious homes have been designed by Central America's top architects, and will be custom-delivered to the specifications of the buyer. They come complete with all kitchen cabinetry, closets, fixtures, pergolas, garages, and membership in the homeowner's association. Each buyer, however, can select from a wide variety of options and upgrades to personalize their home to meet their individual needs, whether this is a retirement home, a vacation home, or a weekend getaway.
Three general floorplans are offered. The first of these features 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a full service area (with additional bedroom and bathroom), and a very large dining room and entertainment area. The second floorplan offers 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms (plus a full service area), in addition to a study that can be converted to a 4th bedroom. The final floorplan consists of 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms (a master suite of nearly 600 square feet!), plus service area, study, breakfast room, and cavernous great room and dining area. All plans are designed to offer the traditional appearance of colonial architecture, with modern comforts and the assurance of the highest-quality design and construction.
Antigua is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and located only 45 minutes from Guatemala's capital city, and an extremely modern international airport. The city's charm lies in its preservation of history, including many buildings that have existed for more than four centuries, cobblestone streets, a thriving local artisan's market, and traditional restaurants and shops. It is a popular tourist destination in Guatemala, and offers a consistently perfect climate (with average high temperatures in the 70's throughout the year).