Your Dream Home in Playa Las Saladita, this stunning 2,500 sqft 2 bedroom, 1 giant loft and 2 bathroom home is the perfect spot to make your dreams come true. You’ll love the grand casa with a spacious living room and outdoor palapa With 3 parking spots and a large lot, you’ll have plenty of room to enjoy outdoor activities. Inside, you’ll find a spacious dinner room with polished concrete flooring and luxurious wood closets. The kitchen has marble finish, has a new industrial stove, fine wood cabinets and a beautiful and wide bar.
Step outside to find a large patio perfect for entertaining guests or just enjoying the peaceful surroundings. This home also boasts a bountiful well as well as a studio/guest room. Every detail of this stunning property has been carefully crafted, creating the perfect dream home in the middle of nature and near the ocean breeze.
This amazing home is nestled comfortably amongst coco palms and mango trees.
Unique to the original artistry of this home are open high pitched, pine ceilings punctuated with extraordinary palm wood beams and a spectacularly designed one of a kind floating spiral staircase that ascends to a loft that sleeps four and ultimately to a 3rd story terrace for a dose of crystalline costal serenity with sweeping views of the coastline and ocean, neighboring palm forest, and peeks of the majestic Sierra Madre del Sur through the tops of our mango trees. Don’t miss out on this opportunity!
Playa Saladita, Mexico is a surfer’s dream with its long, world-class left-hand pointbreak. Suitable for all levels. This renowned left-hand pointbreak on Mainland Mexico offers everything you dream of. Immerse yourself in nature, ride the waves, and indulge in the vibrant Mexican culture. La Saladita has some of the most consistent waves in all of the world. Many of the breaks here work at all times throughout the year, but gain the most size during the summertime. In the summertime, the waves rarely get blown out and you can surf from sunup to sun down.
Many of the restaurants and shops rely on surfers and tourists that visit their town, yet the area doesn’t feel all that touristy. The draw is the tropical weather and inexplicably warm water. a Saladita was truly a taste of paradise that I think everyone needs to experience for themselves.
If you’re not a surfer, don’t worry – there’s still plenty to do in La Saladita. The beaches are beautiful and there’s plenty of opportunity for swimming, sunbathing, fishing, and exploring.