PRECIOSA CASA HABITACIÓN, DE 2 NIVELES, TIPO RÚSTICO MODERNO, CONSTA DE 3 HABITACIONES LA PRINCIPAL CON SALA DE LECTURA, VESITDOR Y BAÑO COMPLETO CON CANCELES DE VIDRIO TEMPLADO, 2 RECÁMARAS CON CLOSET, SALA DE T.V. Y 1 BAÑO COMPLETO CON CANCEL DE VIDRIO TEMPLADO, EN PLANATA BAJA CONSTA DE SALA, COMEDOR, RECIBIDOR, 1/2 BAÑO DE VISITAS, DESPACHO, CUARTO DE LAVADO, SALÓN DE JUEGOS, CUARTO DE SEVICIO CON BAÑO COPMPLETO, COCINA INTEGRAL MODERNA CON BARRAS DE GRANITO Y ACABADOS DE LUJO, PATIO DE SERVICIO, COCHERA PARA 4 VEHÍCULOS, JARDÍN Y ÁREA DE ASADOR, UBICADA EN PRIVADA CON PORTÓN ELÉCTRICO, MUY CERCA DE CENTROS COMERCIALES, UNIVERSIDADES Y CON EXCELENTES PUNTOS DE SALIDA DE LA CIUDAD.
Puebla, officially Free and Sovereign State of Puebla (Spanish: Estado Libre y Soberano de Puebla), is one of the 32 states which comprise the Federal Entities of Mexico. It is divided into 217 municipalities and its capital is the city of Puebla.
It is located in East-Central Mexico. It is bordered by the states of Veracruz to the north and east, Hidalgo, México, Tlaxcala and Morelos to the west, and Guerrero and Oaxaca to the south. The origins of the state lie in the city of Puebla, which was founded by the Spanish in this valley in 1531 to secure the trade route between Mexico City and the port of Veracruz. By the end of the 18th century, the area had become a colonial province with its own governor, which would become the State of Puebla, after the Mexican War of Independence in the early 19th century. Since that time the area, especially around the capital city, has continued to grow economically, mostly through industry, despite being the scene of a number of battles, the most notable of which being the Battle of Puebla. Today, the state is one of the most industrialized in the country, but since most of its development is concentrated in Puebla and other cities, many of its rural areas are very poor, forcing many to migrate away to places such as Mexico City and the United States.
The state was a diverse economic base supporting industries such as textiles, tourism, agribusiness, storage, medical services, furniture making and logistics services in clusters.(promotedor) In 2010, Standard & Poor's reconfirmed the state's ‘mxA+’ rating with a stable outlook due to the state's finances. The state's economy grew at a rate of 4.5% from 2003 to 2007, above the national average of 3.9%. Since then, economic growth has slowed but less than in other parts of Mexico. Its gross domestic product accounts for 3.4% of the country's total.