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Bi-Level For Sale in Rosarito Beach

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• 1 bath, 1 bdrm bi-level - MLS® $175,000 USD - Rosarito Landmark

 -  Now is the time to get in on the new development at this Rosarito landmark, here is information on and photos of the Rosarito Condo Hotel. The RCH is located towards the south end of town in the vacation-party zone with restaurants, night clubs, shopping, the beach and fun things to do within walking distance of home.

Condo Hotels are the newest trend in vacation homes in Mexico offering full property ownership. One of the advantages to the buyer is owning a luxury vacation home at a world class resort and receiving rent revenue whenever the condo is not in use. RCH is 100% hassle-free because all maintenance and rentals are handled by a professional in-house management company through the Rosarito Beach Hotel.
You can use your condo at RCH, 56 days a year and it is being rented by the Rosarito Beach Hotel with a 50/50 split on the rent the rest of the year with no HOA's and no Utility Bills. Imagine, that’s 28 WEEKENDS (or however you choose to split it up) for you to enjoy your condo located on the white sandy beaches of Rosarito. You may also choose to live here full time or rent it out yourself. If you choose this option you will pay an HOA of approx $1200 a month which includes all your utilities and hotel services.
The condos have an elegant feel and come fully furnished down to towels and linens. The kitchens have black and marble colored granite counter tops, there are travertine floors throughout, stainless steel appliances and the condo comes with flat screen LCD TV”s. The first through fifteenth floors have 1 and 2 bedroom units with the top floors having 3 bedroom, 2 story penthouses. The first floor is handicap accessible, with 14 foot ceilings, garden view and easy access to the pool and recreation facilities. From the fourth floor up, there are incredible ocean views.

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Published Wednesday, December 20, 2006 6:30 PM by Kanoa Biondolillo
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