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Quiet lot 10 minutes from "El Centro"
2015-09-25 01:59:30 Listing # L5656 8

350 square meters (12.5 x 28 meters) located at the end of a quiet, dead end road, bordered by a stream and two beautiful houses. Well, fruit trees, town water and electricity. Views of Benito Juarez National Park and the Valley of Oaxaca. Ten minute drive to the center of Oaxaca. Private property with all papers and taxes in order. For information contact Erin at esolo@yourvillage.com U.S. (850) 519-1190. or Magdaleno Bautista at Oaxaca (951) 540-8141.

Oaxaca, Oaxaca
esolo@yourvillage.com

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Casa Loma Linda and bungalow for SALE
2015-03-07 09:53:03 Listing # L5138 8

Furnished house and bungalow with stunning panoramic vistas: Opportunity! Located in the northern part of the city, we offer you this magnificent property with fully furnished house and bungalow, garden and spectacular vistas over the Sierra Norte, San Felipe and the whole city. Only a few minutes from the center of the city this precious house has easy access to all services (infrastructure) such as schools, university (faculty of medicine), shopping centers and sports facilities.

Oaxaca, Oaxaca
951 5184313

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COUNTRY-HOUSE....FOR SALE or FOR TRADE..!!!!
2015-03-03 17:17:18 Listing # L5578 8

Want to trade a house in Canada for a house in Mexico.
HOUSE TO TRADE, with PROPERTY in OAXACA, JALISCO, MORELOS, GUERREO....etc...OCEAN - FRONT PROPERTY...or in CHAPALA, AJIJIC ...Areas.

Oaxaca, Oaxaca
613-966-4525
seymourplfisher@gmail.com

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House for sale - Oaxaca City Real Estate
2015-03-03 17:23:40 Listing # L4238 7

Genuine Mexican country home - $173,000 USD

Oaxaca, Oaxaca
propertyoaxaca@hotmail.com

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Oaxaca Info

Oaxaca has excellent museums, including colonial and contemporary art museums, those with folk art and pre-Hispanic ruins, and more. The zocalo, surrounded by cafes, is a great place to people watch. There are many excellent festivals and colorful celebrations at Easter, Christmas, and Day of the Dead.

Located in the southern Sierra Madre mountains at 1,550 meters (5,085 feet) above sea level, Oaxaca enjoys a pleasant, fairly dry climate year round. December through February are the coldest months, but even then days are usually sunny and pleasant, if brisk. The hottest months are April and May, right before the summer rains. (Also, farmers in the surrounding areas usually burn their fields in April, making the air hazy, brown, and unappealing.) Rain falls mid-June or July through September or early October. Generally there are strong afternoon or evening showers that refresh the air without seriously dampening vacation outtings. The rest of the year, it’s mainly warm-to-hot and sunny during the day and pleasant at night.
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