La Bella Vita Resort offers piece of paradise by the Sea of Cortez
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 la-bellavita.com for information.