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[*] posted on 1-27-2020 at 02:54 PM
Casa Cardonal now for sale in Punta Chivato


Hello Nomads,

Casa Cardonal, the gem of our property in the Costa Cardonal community of Punta Chivato, is now offered for sale.

If you know Punta Chivato, you likely know the Costa Cardonal community, and you may know that we have offered ALL our holdings there in a package sale. We have recently decided to change our sale direction by offering our beachfront home separately.

Casa Cardonal is a pretty, well-designed small home on a very large lot with 130+ feet of beachfront and next to a protected natural arroyo. The 1-BR, 1-BA home has 1600 sf under roof, with a large open-plan living/kitchen area and wrap-around veranda. The home is situated to allow for the addition of bedrooms, 2nd bath and garage (ask to see our suggested plan).

The property is within the low-density owner-controlled Costa Cardonal community and offers full environmental permitting, Zona Federal concession and title insurance. The community association owns around 5 acres of natural open space, roads, water lines and a community lot to be developed as the community sees fit. This is a worry-free sale, leading to a worry-free life!

We are offering Casa Cardonal, on its huge lot with addition plans, for $230,000 USD. We will consider serious offers in that vicinity, and we are prepared to offer financing terms to a qualified buyer.

Please reply with your questions. There are renters in the casa at the moment, but a visit can be arranged with 24 hours notice.

By selling Casa Cardonal while keeping the rest, we are happy to be sticking around in Punta Chivato for awhile longer. Hope to meet you there sometime!

Ruth Bennett
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[*] posted on 1-27-2020 at 08:48 PM


So is there a lease on the property It would seem it's in the Federal zone so I would think so? Sorry for the dumb questions, still trying to learn how Baja real-estate works. Place looks amazing by the way..
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[*] posted on 1-27-2020 at 11:14 PM


Hi there -

Sorry - my mention of the Zona Federal was confusing. Our property is not a lease and is not in the Federal Zone. We hold clear title to the land and can pass the title to a foreign owner via a bank trust (fideicomiso) or other legal entity. And a Mexican citizen may own the property directly.

Casa Cardonal's lot adjoins the Federal Zone (the beach) which is the property of Mexico. In order to have some control over the activities on the beach in front of our community, we have acquired a "concession" from the Mexican government which gives us that authority.

I welcome your questions and your interest!

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