A Legacy Home
Situated within Mazatlan, Mexico´s charming and well-preserved historical district (Viejo Mazatlán), Casa Herrasti is just steps away from the European-styled sea promenade known as “Paseo Olas Altas.” Close to the cathedral, town square, local theater, museums and cafes, this exquisite building is a local architectural landmark and is now available for purchase for a limited time only.
Casa Herrasti was built in 1907 as a family home for Doña Francisca Rojas de Paredes, a direct descendant of Don Bonifacio Rojas who discovered the prosperous gold and silver mine of El Tajo in 1655. This led to the founding of the nearby mining town of El Rosario, Sinaloa. Now bearing the name of Don Alejandro Herrasti, a basque merchant who married into the family and the last inhabitant of the residence, Casa Herrasti is a one of a kind opportunity for the discerning buyer.
The characteristic architecture of Casa Herrasti is an eclectic interpretation of classical elements cleverly created with local materials and construction techniques that run along its three large street facades covering 23,680 sq. ft of multiple interior spaces on a 13,993 sq. ft lot.
A legacy home to the family since 1907, Casa Herrasti represents the true memories and traditions of northwestern Mexico.
For more information please contact Vanessa Fukunaga:
MX cell: 624 157 3446
US cell: +1 425 471 1485