Nestled within an especially picturesque part of San Miguel's Historic Center, this gracious seven-bedroom home resonates a reverence for things past. The entrance on a cobblestone lane in a quiet residential enclave opens onto an elegant fountain in a verdant central courtyard where an authentic Mexico presides. An ancient Mezquite tree casts dappled light over lush gardens where a plunge-pool tucked into a terraced portion of the tranquil landscape evokes thoughts of laughter, entertainment and extended family.The residential structures surround the colorful gardens with alluring views and serene spaces that suggest a variety of uses. Traditionally crafted wrought iron, carved quarry stone, beamed ceilings, and artisanal tile work from renowned Dolores Hidalgo ceramic workshops throughout the property echo a bygone era.French doors in the main house open into a two-story foyer with dramatic curving staircase, a living room, dining room and kitchen. The spacious and sumptuously appointed master suite with bath is a world unto itself. A generously scaled guest cottage across the courtyard and self-contained casita with kitchen and independent street entrance have unlimited potential. The panoramic vista of San Miguel's famed Parroquia cathedral from the second story terrace garden rivals the best views in the city.