The Casa Gemela has more than 32,392 sqf of living space on a 13,477 sqf lot. The design was created by the architect Gustave Umbdenstock, Master of Architecture at Beaux-Arts, who designed the famous Pont du Carrousel bridge among other icons of Parisian architecture. From the marble of Carrara, to columns, ironwork and stained glass windows were made in France and imported for the Casa Cámara. The whole house preserves the furniture, art objects and lamps of original signatures that were chosen by the Architect Umbdenstock especially for the Casa Cámara. The plans of the House House obtained the 1st place in urban architecture of house in the world fair of Paris of 1900. Casas Gemelas are just two of many architectural gems that line the famous Paseo de Montejo in Merida. Local Hacienda owners bought up streetside properties in the late 1800s and early 1900s along this Champs d’Elysees look-a-like and main avenue in Merida. The French and Italian Renaissance-inspired homes are more like palaces that single-family dwellings. Casa Gemelas, the twin houses, are the starting point of Paseo Montejo and the architectural journey found on this famous Merida avenue. All the furniture and art collection is included with the sale.