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    Seabank Development Parcel, Puerto Mexia
    La Paz, Baja California Sur,

    Seabank Development Parcel, Puerto Mexia
    La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico

    • Marco Ehrenberg
    • Carlos Gonzalez Siten
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    Seabank Development Parcel

    Building on the Extraordinary This phenomenal parcel is situated on the shoreline of the white sandy beach on the Sea of Cortez, known as “the world’s aquarium” by the oceanographer Jacques Cousteau, in Puerto Mexia, La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico. It offers a wide variety of sea activities and the opportunity to build a dream home or homes apart from urban distractions. This parcel can be developed as a single family complex, hotel, or any type of development. Dramatic mountains are the backdrop and views of the sea are to the uninhabited Islands of Cerralvo and Espiritu Santo. There is a wall that encloses approximately 14 acres and 200 trees have been planted. It has a desalinization water system, holding tank and irrigation pipe to water the trees.

    This is the most valuable beach between playa El Coyote and Mexia. This 14 acres are flat and are well above the flood line which justifies the listing price of 3.5 million itself.

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    about Baja California Sur

    Until recently, the beauty of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula was known to a relative few. That changed in 1973 with the completion of a thousand-mile highway, the Trans-Peninsula.

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        Mountain Views, Ocean Front, Ocean View

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