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Boutique Hotel Hacienda Cerritos for Sale

Iconic Pacific Coast Property on the Market for $12.8 Million

Strategically situated on one of the best surf breaks in Baja California Sur, Hacienda Cerritos sits atop a rock formation jutting out into the rhythmic waves of the Pacific Ocean below. The lookout tower, in the center of the property, has 360-degree vistas looking north, south and seaside, as well as the inland mountains, which act as a scenic backdrop to the exquisite Spanish style estate. Adorned with authentic and rustic-wooden Spanish furnishings, the luxury boutique hotel has been an icon since its inception in 2010.

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List price for the boutique, 11-room Hacienda Cerritos hotel is $12,850,000 U.S.

Home to location filming, intimate concerts, weddings, fundraising events, corporate retreats and political engagements; Hacienda Cerritos is perfectly situated just south of the Art and Culinary epicenter of Todos Santos and less than 40 miles north of Cabo San Lucas. It’s location acts as both an escape from the electric-Cabo San Lucas, while also a much-appreciated midway point for adventurers traveling through to Todos Santos, the Capital city of La Paz or up the Baja.

The town of Pescadero is known for it’s rich agriculture, artisan array of local goods and beach enthusiasts from around the globe. The area has seen steady growth from locals, ex-pats, luxury condominium developers and international hotel operators. In the last couple of years, Pescadero has had an infusion of farm-to-table restaurants, organic markets and extreme sport activity operators who have moved in to meet the area’s demand.

Property’s Unique Highlights

Hacienda Cerritos sits on a commanding and prime point of the bay, encompassing 74 meters of Pacific-Ocean frontage. The Luxury Boutique hotel is adorned with 11 rooms, 13 bathrooms, 4 pools and hot tubs, 10 fireplaces, 2 full culinary kitchens, game room, library, gym and helicopter landing pad. The estate sits atop a cliff in a prime location a short drive from the coastal highway 19, in the developing area just north of Cabo San Lucas. The property has Federal beach concessions in place and rests above one of the few swim-friendly beaches in all Los Cabos; known for surfing, snorkeling, kayaking and a myriad of beach activities. The Spanish-style estate sits on approx. 4,204 sq mtrs of land.

GREAT ADDED VALUE CONDITIONS – For an interested buyer with hopes of expansion, he/she could take advantage of the approvals-in-place and create an additional two towers, with up to 120-keys, to maximize the utilization of the property.   With a larger vision, a developer could extend the current property south and utilize other beach frontage available from the same owner. To increase the area and fulfill the needs of a full resort, a developer could opt-in for the additional 25-Acres of beach frontage and expand their business plan to well over 900-keys.

About Los Cabos

UNDER DEVELOPMENT – Los Cabos lodging market has enjoyed a healthy and steady recovery, following the economic downturn of 2009 and 2010. The existing and newly developing projects include high-end resort communities and condominiums, time-share resorts, service hotels and mix-use projects. Hyatt recently inaugurated its Hyatt Place San Jose del Cabo with 157 rooms. There were approximately 900 rooms that opened their doors and started operating at the end of 2015, including the 300-room JW Marriott Puerto Los Cabos and the 124-room Ritz-Carlton Reserve Puerto Los Cabos.

RESIDENTIAL MARKET – According to the Multiple Listing Service of Baja California Sur, new sales have increased in 2014 and 2015, by 23% and 26%, respectively. The sales report for the first two quarters of 2014 show a rapid recovery in sales on residential properties (condos & houses) with a total sales volume of approximately $105,069,822 U.S. The average sales price is up by 15 percent, reaching an average of $555,925 U.S.

 

Inquiries
Investor Relations: Mishan Andre +14242468066 mishan@dreamhomesofcabo.com

Real Estate Inquiries: Danette Reid +15305624032 danette@dreamhomesofcabo.com

Dream Homes of Cabo Real Estate

US Toll Free: +18004036597
From Los Cabos: 142-6333

Web: www.realestatecabosanlucas.com

 


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Dates Announced for 7th Annual Open Studios in Todos Santos

This is a once a year opportunity to visit Todos Santos acclaimed artists in their natural environment. The Open Studios event takes place Saturday and Sunday, February 6 – 7, 2016.

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The Open Studios Tour is now a two day event, allowing visitors the opportunity to see more art and more studios (and of course to spend more time with artists in their studios). With a map in hand showing the location of local work spaces, attendees get a glimpse of what the life of an artist is really like.

Visitors to the Pacific Coast pueblo magico – Todos Santos was the first place on the Baja California peninsula to receive this designation, which indicates a town of profound cultural or historical importance – will be able to interact with painters, sculptors, photographers, muralists, plein air painters, encaustic artists, jewelers, printmakers, collage artists, potters, wood turners, and myriad other creative types.

Last year’s 2015 Studios Tour featured 34 participating artists, and saw 400 visitors roaming through the coastal cultural mecca, which is located about 45 minutes by car from Cabo San Lucas. The art fest also raised 54,613 pesos for the Children’s Art Programs of The Palapa Society of Todos Santos. This year, all proceeds will benefit this same program.

For further information, please contact:

Karin at ts.studiotour@gmail.com, or 612-143-8491 (cellular).

Steve at gallerysteve@gmail.com, 612-145-0001 (land line) or 303-482-2287 (when calling from U.S.).

 


Baja.com
 is a comprehensive online source of first-hand travel information for the Baja California Peninsula. We offer Baja travelers expert advice about local restaurantshotelsvacation rentals and activities, as well as guides, maps, complete event calendars and great stories about incredible travel destinations, from Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas.  We also provide free personal travel consulting, planning and booking services in Los Cabos, Todos Santos and La Paz, with prices that match or are below best advertised price. For more information, please call toll-free (US/CAN) 855-BAJA-411 or email us at info@baja.com.

 

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Meet Larry Crowson, Todos Santos Amigo

Todos Santos Amigo: Larry Crowson

My wife and I became an expats full time in 2008, after living for 15 years in Hawaii and then moving to Oregon for 12 years to get my daughter out of college. After that we hit the re-set button on our lives’ for good, opting to becoming full-time expats permanently.

Prior to that we spent a lot of time in Todos Santos in southern Baja. My first visit to Todos Santos was the day Hurricane John hit in 2006. We fell in love with it right away and if this was the worst that nature could throw at us no problem. We bought 4 lots in San Sebastian to begin our journey of self-discovery and to find paradise south of the border and haven’t looked back since. We always knew we would do something like this, I get bored very easily and like new things and challenges and I’ve never been afraid to jump into something new. I have embraced change since childhood. My Dad, the gypsy dentist, seemed to move us somewhere new every 5-6 years so for me change was the norm.

We always planned to sell our ranch in Bend and build 5 casitas and a main house for us to semi-retire in and manage our rentals here in Todos Santos. We have 4 large lots in San Sebastian area in Todos with all power, water in, bodega built and ready to go. Life throws you many curves though, doesn’t it? The real estate melt down put the screws to that plan but we decided to make the move south of the border anyway. We found jobs in Belize setting up a new company so we were off and Todos would have to wait while we built up a new nest egg all over again.

I have traveled all over the world and nearly settled down in both Costa Rica and  Panama but ended up in Mexico for good after our last stop in Belize. I opened up a real estate company in Belize to sell condos for the developers. Living on an island was nice but the real estate crash up north was killing us so we moved across the border to Tulum in the Yucatan to work for yet another developer selling jungle lots. Incredibly beautiful place but hot and humid as hell 8-10 months out of the year, clearest water you have ever seen. We lived there for over a year, which was nice but the weather wasn’t always so nice and a chance to visit Ajijic on Lake Chapala in the central highlands last summer sealed the deal and we moved within a month to Ajijic. Lake Chapala is Mexico’s largest lake at over 50 miles long and 25 miles wide and sits at 5,000 foot elevation ringed by mountains so you almost get the feel being on the ocean it’s so big. National Geographic called it the 2nd best weather on Earth and they might be right. You never need AC or heaters- wow was that a change.

I started “Gringos In Paradise” www.gringosinparadise.com.mx to help others realize their desire to get out while they could and offer my real world experience in how to do it. I have a passion to help others find their own paradise, I know you can and we will show you how. Everything you need to know or ask was fair game from where should we move to, do I need to sell first or can I rent, what’s the true cost of living? Can you legally own real estate, what about safety, the cops, quality of medical care and will my old insurance pay for things down there, car and health & home owners insurance options. Medical care is a huge issue and it’s all good news on that front, you will get better care for 60-70% less!

Can I work or start a business? Check it out It’s a Free Newsletter and it’s full of great practical advice with my own connections that can save you a lot of headaches later. We know that there are over 26 million baby boomers who are freaked out by the real possibility of having to work till you die unless they can find options like moving to Mexico to stretch your income and live for 30-40% less, and live better in most cases too.

My personal opinion is that most North Americans will suffer the fate of the frog sitting in a pot of hot water,  the heat keeps getting turned  up slowly and by the time he realizes his predicament it’s too late to react. Sad but true.

Follow my posts and I will continue to tell you all about the wonders of living in Mexico!

 

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