Oceanfront living at its finest
• 240 sq. m., 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 Story “contemporary indigenism” – SALE PENDING $549,000 USD. Great price for location In Plaza Del Mar, Rosarito Beach.
This home is a front-row ocean gem. It is the perfect mix of art and functionality. This sustainable home has a touch of rustic charm that meets modern styling with an Oceanview to die for.
This home has great use of space with many moving walls and doors to give you an open feel while maintaining your privacy. From the custom-made tiles by Francisco Toledo (https://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/what-makes-francisco-toledo-180972172/) to the unique architectural design of Alejandro D’Acosta (https://www.archdaily.com/990494/plaza-del-mar-house-alejandro-dacosta) this home allows you to live in a piece of art that has become a home. And if that wasn’t enough the home comes with solar panels to keep away those unwanted electrical bills. If living in front of the ocean is your dream then this is your opportunity to do so in the prestigious community of Plaza Del Mar-Section Arcos.
This home was designed by the renowned architect Alejandro D’Acosta. It has approximately 240 square meters and offers the ability for two separate living spaces or one. It has 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. The first floor has two large bedrooms and one bathroom with an optional laundry area. The second floor features the master bedroom, bathroom, and living area with Oceanview. You can step out onto the spacious balconies where you can enjoy the garden area and tranquil surroundings.
The construction is a complex configuration of different systems, a mixture of crafts and industry, tradition and innovation; contemporary indigenism. Site soil, metal, excavation stone, second-use wood. The perimeter walls are 50cm thick rammed earth walls, falsework on the inside with old Petrillo sheets to achieve a print of the texture on the ground once it’s dried. While the falsework on the external side – the one that faces perpendicular to the sea wind – is covered with a reconfiguration of the bahareque as a construction system to provide protection to the earth, Palo de Arco is a wood that grows at the Sierra de la Giganta in southern Baja and is used for tomato cultivation in San Quintín.
This private gated community offers the serenity of the ocean, beaches, and mountains behind, along with the natural ruggedness of Baja making this a very relaxing place to enjoy. There is also quick access to one of the best beaches in Baja Norte, the beach at La Mission. If you want to find entertainment nearby, there are around 10 restaurants within 3 miles including the famous La Fonda. To the north, at a short distance, you will find the lobster village Puerto Nuevo. If you enjoy wine tasting then the Guadalupe Valley of Ensenada is a mere 20 minutes away.
This unit has Clear Title, is currently being held in a bank trust, and is easily transferable. Don’t miss out on your chance to live your dreams on the Baja. Make your appointment to view this property now. We look forward to seeing you.