Villa Sirocco Oceanfront Punta Chivato Punta Chivato ( Baja California, MX - 28965) Built


Mision Loreto Properties

Jill Jackson Jill Jackson 530-786-4395 (Office) 613 135 1105 (Office) 52 1 613 118 2207 (Cell) Request More Info

  • 174 feet of beach front!!
  • Type: Residential
  • Style: Single Story
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3 "+ one half bath"
  • Garage: Triple, Attached
  • Size: 6,000 sq. ft.
  • Lot Type: Rectangular
  • Lot Size: 4339 sq. m. 53m x 81m
  • Year Built: 2006
  • Taxes: $300.00 (2017)


Villa Sirocco is a beautiful home for sale ideally located on a long white sandy beach, in secluded and tranquil Punta Chivato, Baja Sur Mexico. Villa Sirocco has four bedrooms, 3 and 1/2 baths, four fireplaces, three car garage, pool and a gourmet kitchen. Enter through an inviting courtyard and step into the main casa and marvel at the view! Built in 2006, in traditional Mexican Hacienda Style, with all modern conveniences (A/C, dishwasher, Wolf Range, Internet and Satellite TV). Not a detail was spared in the construction of this home, with a monolithic pour, custom hand crafted wood work and beams, mosaic tile designs, talavera tile, and exquisite furnishings and antiques.

The home is designed to take full advantage of it's fabulous location on miles on white sand beach, on the Sea of Cortes.
There is a lot of room for expansion as the property consists of 3 large beachfront lots ( 174 feet of beachfront!) with room for another house, a B&B or a large palapa for entertaining , a guest house or bath house. What can be done with this property is only limited by the imagination!

Punta Chivato is "Hidden Gem. A small community of homes and lots with a private airstrip located on the Sea of Cortez. The waters of the World's Aquarium sparkle offshore, and invite swimming, snorkeling, diving, and boating in any kind of craft you can handle. It's just a few miles outside the quaint town of Mulege, and within easy driving distance of historic Loreto and its international airport, the oasis mission town of San Ignacio, and the famous cave paintings left by the Baja's original inhabitants. There is a small inn on site for drinks or a meal, or to handle your overflow guests, who'll want to kick back in this one-of-a-kind setting and relax into the feeling of Old Baja."
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