The Villa Julieta development opportunity fits a spot in the niche of beachfront communities that is truly hard to match exactly.
The property includes about three acres (1.2 hectarea) of flat ground, with 60 meters of beachfront and 80 meters of frontage along the canal/arroyo on its north side. It is fully serviced, with electric, telephone, and municipal water and sewer already at the property. It boasts one existing model luxury home, Villa Frida, and could comfortably accommodate an additional 5 to 7 homes, and behind them an array of condominiums with common pools, spa, and areas to relax – all with ocean-side views of Loreto Bay and the islands that define it, and potential views to landward of the dramatic Sierra de la Giganta.
...it could comfortably accommodate an additional 5 to 7 homes, and behind them an array of condominiums with common pools, spa, and areas to relax Villa Julieta and the larger Costa Loreto project of which it is a part sit at the north edge of the Loreto resort map. It’s just a comfortable walk (one mile) – to the historic center of the city and Nuestra Senora de Loreto, the first and “mother” of all the west coast missions, or along the sandy beach to the Malecon, its formal waterfront promenade.
The Costa Loreto development project, of which Villa Julieta is a small but important part, is planned around a 250- slip marina (to be built; the government concession has already been obtained), and is expected to feature one or more additions to Baja Sur’s hotel accommodations, as well as condo and other residential options for vacation or retirement living. To the east is the Bay of Loreto, to the west the stunning mountains, and a few miles to the south Nopolo with its Villages at Loreto Bay development. Another few miles south down Highway I are the natural harbor of Puerto Escondido at Tripui, and the new hotel and timeshare resort called Villa Palmar at Ensenada Blanca. Together these resort and retirement locations offer variety and the necessary population base for a strong expatriate community that integrates well with its Mexican hosts.