La Bella Vita Re­sort of­fers piece of par­adise by the Sea of Cortez

Calgary Herald - Calgary Herald New Condos - - Recreation & Investment Properties -

Cana­di­ans look­ing for a recre­ation par­adise are flock­ing to La Bella Vita Re­sort and Spa, over­look­ing the beau­ti­ful Sea of Cortez in north­west Mex­ico.

Lo­cated only 100 kilo­me­tres from Ari­zona, La Bella Vita is a pri­vate, gated waterfront com­mu­nity in the city of Puerto Pe­nasco (pop­u­la­tion 65,000), a des­ti­na­tion many are dis­cov­er­ing as an alternativ­e to the more hec­tic tourist hot spots.

Flights are ex­pected to be an­nounced shortly and con­struc­tion of a Cruise Ship Home Port Ter­mi­nal is sched­uled to start this sum­mer.

Be­ing in an un­tapped area like Puerto Pe­nasco means it’s pos­si­ble to f ind frac­tional- and whole-own­er­ship op­por­tu­ni­ties to meet ev­ery bud­get, says Cal­gary-based sales man­ager Martin Lautsch.

Frac­tional-own­er­ship price points start as low as $59,900, or you can take whole own­er­ship from only $1 59,900. Even Villa Veneto, of­fer­ing more than 3,500 square feet. of beach­front lux­ury, is avail­able for frac­tional own­er­ship from only $189,900.

But Lautsch says such low prices aren’t go­ing to be around for­ever. “The real es­tate mar­ket is start­ing to re­cover, so we ex­pect prices to also re­cover,” he says.

La Bella Vita is a fully se­cured com­mu­nity of­fer­ing first-class re­sort ameni­ties such as ten­nis fa­cil­i­ties, a beach­front pool (three are planned), a concierge ser­vice, and a spa and health club.

Lautsch says the con­cept of La Bella Vita is that of a strong, com­mu­nity-ori­ented devel­op­ment. You won’t just find empty nesters or re­tirees here — fam­i­lies and even pets are wel­come.

“It’s not your typ­i­cal Mex­i­can re­sort des­ti­na­tion,” says Lautsch. La Bella Vita has at­tracted buy­ers from Al­berta, B.C., and Que­bec, all of whom are look­ing for a piece of par­adise by the sea.

Visit for in­for­ma­tion.

Courtesy La Bella Vita

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