This large property was originally built to be a two family, two-casita home with guest quarters for visiting family. Along the way, the owners decided to rent and since then it has doubled as a popular rental property as evidenced by many happy guests’ reviews. In all, the property can sleep 18 people.

The home has an organic feel with a variety of tropical woods including parota, tornillo and coco used in the construction, decks, furniture, and cabinetry. Traditional Saltillo tiles cover many of the floors. Much of the open space is covered with beautiful golden sand between the many palms and landscaped areas around the different structures.

 Between the bedroom and bathroom are the closets. The bathroom counters, made of slabs of parota, are topped with Jack ‘n’ Jill stone sinks, and the round shower details reflect the artistry of the architect and builder. Curved stairways lead up to the casitas’ lofts where you’ll find both a full and single twin bed. From here, each casita has a wooden bridge to a shaded private deck, a great place for enjoying your morning coffee and contemplating life in the subtropics. Each casita has a lockable closet/storage area where the owners stash their clothes and personal things when the property is to be rented.

Next are the guest quarters. After you cross the front porch you step into a large vestibule with space enough to easily hold a crib or two if needed. The quarters boast two queen bedrooms with a spacious full bathroom in between. The bedrooms (as in the casitas as well) have two large window spaces each made up of four small windows that open individually, handy for adjusting the amount of breeze you prefer. The windows are all screened and glassed.

The “casita tower” at the northeast corner of the property has an air-conditioned bedroom with a queen bed and full bath on the second story. It has the same two windows made up of four smaller windows and a lovely view of the ocean. On the lower level, you’ll find the laundry room and staff area with its own kitchenette.

Toward the back of the property is a bodega with a staff restroom and general storage space.
Around the perimeters of the separate structures are lovely garden areas outlined with river rocks. Depending upon the sun/shade balance, the gardens may include bougainvillea, ferns, impatiens, variegated foliage and multi-colored crotons. There are many coco palms spaced around the property, their trunks also outlined with small gardens and river rocks. Other tree specimens include a Majahua tree and a majestic fan palm. The property has drip irrigation and landscape lighting.

The east (road side) of the property is walled, as is the north side of the property up to the pedestrian entrance. West of that entry is a foliage-covered fence to the beach. The south side of the property is also fenced. A huge double gate on the north side opens to off street parking for two vehicles.

This unique property sits on a slightly shy half-acre and includes approximately 6,000 square feet of construction. The property is to be sold complete with all furniture and furnishings included.

  • In addition to the privacy of the casitas and other quarters, there is a huge common area situated to best enjoy the fantastic views of the Pacific Ocean and the sweet little cove right out front. Views of the ocean were paramount throughout the planning and design of the entire property.

  • The lower level of the common area houses the dining room, kitchen, pantry, full bathroom and living room under a soaring two-tiered palapa roof. Just off the rear entrance to the common area is a full bath with separate sink area, WC and shower.

  • Starting with the dining room, the coco wood dining table (actually two identical tables placed end to end) seats 18 people in its current configuration. A lovely buffet nearby contains dishes for twenty. The round kitchen has plenty of counter space on each side of the nearly new commercial range. There are built-in shelves above the counters, curved cabinets below and a small breakfast bar. Off of the kitchen is a roomy air-conditioned pantry, the A/C extending the life of everything in the room. Besides the foodstuffs and normal pantry things, it is also where the commercial refrigerator and commercial freezer live, along with a microwave, a “drinks” fridge, and an amplifier for all of the speakers placed around the outdoor living areas.

  • Two steps down from the kitchen and dining room is the living room with its semi-circle seating area looking out to the ocean. A curved bar counter with seating overlooks the swim-up bar and underwater bar stools. The infinity pool is a large crescent shape and boasts a Jacuzzi on the north side and a nearby beachside shower. The curved deck around the pool has plenty of room for lounge chairs plus other tables and chairs. A few steps off the deck is an array of aloe-vera plants along with direct access to the sandy beach in front.

  • The second story of the common area, accessed by two sets of stairways, includes a media room and expansive decks that enjoy awesome views of the ocean. One area of the deck, currently holding two hammocks, is also used as spacious yoga platform. A large yoga chest containing all the yoga paraphernalia is against one wall. On the front section, aka the “sunset deck,“ are a table and chairs the owners use for games and sunset/whale watching in the comfort of ocean breezes.

  • The media room is air-conditioned and pre-wired with cable, phone and WiFi. It is also the home’s sixth bedroom with a full size bed, nightstands, chest of drawers and a desk. The two stand-alone casitas are identical. Each has a front open-air living area with built in couches and a day bed that can be netted for overnight sleeping. The spacious bedrooms have king-sized beds, parota wood furniture, and built-in surfaces handy for laptops and such.

Asking price

$899,000 USD

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