The Art of Luxury Living in San Miguel de Allende: New Buyers Find Historic Opportunities

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As US homebuyers are in search of a change outside of the country, the lifestyle in Mexico’s hidden gem, San Miguel de Allende, happens to be more than tempting. It is no secret why this city was named #1 Small City in the World an unprecedented five times by Condé Nast Traveler and Travel & Leisure magazines. It can be a challenge finding any global destination that combines rich history with luxury living quite like San Miguel de Allende which has American house hunters swooping in, even more so post-pandemic. The UNESCO-recognized World Heritage Site of San Miguel de Allende offers a unique experience that seamlessly blends its five centuries of history with luxury living.

Located just outside of Mexico City, in the state of Guanajuato, the city upholds a unique ambiance. Around every bend of the charming cobblestone streets, there is a celebration of beauty, culture, and history. San Miguel de Allende serves as both the epicurean capital and the equestrian capital of Mexico and is the 2nd largest wine district in the country. The streets are lined with five-star restaurants, boutique hotels, theatrical playhouses, and nightly music venues surrounded by five centuries of Baroque/Neoclassical colonial architecture. Additionally, the town’s perfect year-round mild climate and reasonable cost of living only make the city even more desirable.

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Living in San Miguel de Allende, endless opportunities for engagement await year-round. On Saturdays, the Organic Market springs to life as locals gather, transforming the scene into a bustling block party replete with vendor-to-farmhouse table dining while the monthly art walk has thousands of locals gathering with friends at the Fabrica Aurora. The city also plays host to a multitude of spectacular events during the year including the world’s largest bilingual literary conference called the San Miguel Writer’s Conference, the world-renowned Guanajuato International Film Festival, the international Jazz & Blues Festival, the La Calaca annual festival for Dia de los Muertos, and much more.

If you’re anything like the rest of the world—drawn by a cultured luxury lifestyle—and can’t seem to turn down the opportunity to fall in love with San Miguel de Allende, the city’s top broker—who also happens to be the city’s only Haute Living member—Greg Gunter can share his 14-years of experience as an ex-pat here to launch your journey into refined international living with a stunning portfolio of luxury homes. See more about Greg here.

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