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that it The rest house is located in Bacalar, in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, a location famous for its “Laguna de los Siete Colores”.
The property, which is one storey and has tin roofs, was built by Neria herself and by her loved ones according to their tastes and needs.
“A dream come true,” Neria wrote, on August 20, 2020, in a photo gallery showing her in front of her house in black work.
The property, surrounded by beautiful and large trees, is environmentally friendly and has minimal rest after a hard day.
The house on her house tour appears to have a kitchen, dining room, living room, two bedrooms, and a bathroom, so Neria doesn’t have her own room, but had to share it with her brother.
In her description Neria wrote “Now here, the bathroom was missing from the inside, but it was also amazing… admirable what had been done in such a short time… and that’s just the beginning.” House tour.
The house is self-sufficient, equipped with solar panels, its own well and its butane-fueled appliances, making it so environmentally friendly that she and her family even organize recycling days to minimize waste generation.
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