Looking to purchase a home suitable for use as a personal residence, small accommodation, yoga retreat, or healing center in the Cusco region, but finding the high prices a bit hard to swallow? Well here is an excellent opportunity for you to own a turn-key property for less than ½ of what comparable properties in the city of Cusco or the Sacred Valley might be going for.
This property was previously run as a 5 room bed and breakfast and is located in the small town of Huarocondo, due to personal reasons the owners had to return to the USA and can no longer operate it. Huarocondo is located approximately 45 minutes from the historic center of Cusco, and is on a commonly traveled route between Cusco and the Sacred Valley, making it a convenient location and easily marketable if needed.
The property is being sold move-in ready or “Turn Key” with all the furnishings, appliances, linens, etc.
The 2-story building is of adobe construction with some modern elements and has 5 guest rooms on the second floor, 2 with en-suite bathrooms. There is a 6th room that is currently being used as storage but could easily be converted into a 6th guest room if desired. All the rooms are large enough that one could re-model and add additional rooms or bathrooms if desired. The ground floor contains the owner’s bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a large common/sitting room, a kitchen, a large dining room with a 1⁄2 bathroom, small storage room, and a laundry room. There is also a patio area (115 m2) as well as a garage with space for one car. Above the laundry room, there is also a small terrace that affords beautiful views of the valley and 2 reserve water-tanks.
Huarocondo is a quiet village with clean air, and a slower pace of life, a real stress-free environment. The town sits in a valley, which during the summer months, is a beautiful patchwork of greens, whites, purples and other colors depending on the crops being grown by local farmers. The town has many celebrations throughout the year, the two largest being the Virgen del Carmen in July, and the Lechon Festival in November, both drawing visitors from all of the surrounding villages and cities. Currently, there is a road under construction between Huarocondo and the town of Pachar in the Sacred Valley (close to Ollantaytambo), which will shorten the drive between Cusco and Ollantaytambo by about 30 minutes, encouraging more tour buses to pass by Huarocondo, enhancing the visibility of the town and B&B.