La Paz, Mexico 72 Acre 500 Home Development Site that is located 2 hours North of Cabo San Lucas. Property is located ten minutes from the downtown heart of La Paz and is less than 30 minutes from the International Airport. It has stunning ocean, city and mountain views and is only minutes away from the five kilometer Malecon [boardwalk], two marinas, and the new Gary Player signature golf course that opened in 2010. El Cerrito with its proposed project represents an excellent return on investment in a growing market with very little inventory of ocean view land, homes or condominiums in the city proper. La Paz is rapidly developing into a destination for Canadian and American baby boomers looking for an affordable second home or retirement property in a desirable seaside community.More details
An opportunity to build a home, your way, presents itself on this large 1.44 Acre lot in Anmore. Backing onto the Mossom Creek, and situated at the end of private road, off a quiet cul-de-sac, you will find plenty of peace and quiet here. Large lots and stunning homes characterize this small subdivision, tucked away off of Sunnyside Road. Build your dream home; or take advantage of the plans already drawn up for a modern masterpiece. Plenty of space for a coach home, pool, tennis court. A huge lot to work with, and a unique offering in the Anmore area.More details
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