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Lot / Land For Sale in Puerta del Mar

Uncomparable Price!

• 2,307 sq. ft. lot / land - $59,000 USD - Lowest Price Guaranteed!

 -  Take advantage of this once in a lifetime opportunity to buy and build your dream home in one of the most prestigious ocean front developments along the beautiful Gold Coast of Baja, Mexico. Priced at $59,000 this is the lowest priced lot in Puerta del Mar, guaranteed!

This 2,307 sq. ft. lot is located in the third row at one of the most exclusive developments in the area. Puerta del Mar is only 15 min south of Rosarito and only 35 min from the border to the USA; near Puerto Nuevo (the lobster village), drugstores, hospitals, shopping centers, restaurants etc.

This ocean front community offers 24 hour security, wide avenues , it is nestled between two points and enjoys a very private beach, underground utilities, a Club House, Tennis court, Basketball court, City Water, Waste Treatment Plant , Numerous green areas, a beautiful palm lined walking area and a low HOA Fee of $80 per month.

- Lots can be bought for cheap; allowing you to reserve your spot by the ocean and continue to save your money till you decide when you want to build your home.

- Lots are a great investment- as we all know there is plenty of land to go around, but land close to any body of water is so desirable that it will always be the first thing to sell and to appreciate.

- Lots allow you to build the home you always wanted- with the help of architects and local developers- you get what you want AND the ocean is right at your fingertips.

- Imagine.... you can build a home up to 4,000 sq. ft. and automatically worth two to three times your construction price just because of its location? This lot is surrounded by single family homes built with high quality standards that range in prices from the mid $400,000 all the way up to 1 million dollars.

Don't miss out on this unique opportunity and make an appointment to see it yourself!

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Published Wednesday, March 10, 2010 2:53 PM by Maggie Arreola
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