This is what the 18th  century mansion Carlos Rivera bought in Huamantla looks like

This is what the 18th century mansion Carlos Rivera bought in Huamantla looks like

  • Carlos Rivera and Cynthia Rodríguez showed off their new home.
  • The mansion is set to open to the public soon.
  • Carlos Rivera bought a home in his hometown of Huamantla, Tlaxcala

The successes continue to follow Carlos Rivera as the singer fulfilled his dream on August 14 of singing the Virgin of Charity on the traditional “Night When No One Sleeps” in his native Huamantla, Tlaxcala.

Where, from the balcony of his new property, Casa Huamantla, together with his now wife Cynthia Rodríguez, he surprised his thousands of fans who gathered on the street of Huamantla to sing his latest song with him; “Te soñé” with which it tries to highlight the rich culture of the state where it was born.

This is what the 18th-century mansion Carlos Rivera bought in Huamantla looks like

Undoubtedly, the profits from his concerts led to Carlos Rivera enabling the singer to afford certain luxuries, such as acquiring a 17th-century mansion.

His new home is located in Parque Juárez, in the center of Huamantla, which has a long history as it has witnessed various historical events for several decades.

This is what the 18th-century mansion Carlos Rivera bought in Huamantla looks like

A few days ago, the interpreter of “I’ve been waiting for you” showed a welcome sheet on his social networks, which read that in December 1866 Emperor Maximilian von Habsburg and his wife Carlota were staying. A year later, the house was the headquarters of General Porfirio Díaz, who was preparing to fight the French.

Rivera’s new acquisition has a colonial style and is decorated with huge chandeliers and velvet curtains, as well as luxurious green-tiled corridors that feature white windows and huge religious paintings, as well as candles and mirrors that add elegance.

This is what the 18th-century mansion Carlos Rivera bought in Huamantla looks like

The house is a quaint white and orange residence with a wooden gate. In the background there is a garden decorated with a fountain and the staircase of the house has a colonial aspect due to the red carpet and the chandelier.

It has been announced that the former academic’s intention is to share this space for people to visit, although it is not currently open to the public.

This is what the 18th-century mansion Carlos Rivera bought in Huamantla looks like

The one who showed part of the interior was his wife Cynthia Rodríguez when she published some pictures on her Instagram account: “The night nobody sleeps, Huamantla house, beautiful tradition from a magical place. I love Tlaxcala!”