Beachfront Home in Zihuatanejo

Beachfront home in Zihuatanejo

This Beachfront Home in Zihuatanejo is historically and architecturally unique. Located at the end of Playa La Ropa, close enough to the fun but far enough for privacy.

The compound, which sits on a large lot, features four structures (house, staff quarters, office and laundry/storeroom).

In addition, many outdoor patio areas, a pool and lush gardens provide a private and tranquil setting within the high villa walls.

The original structure forming the core of the now 4 bedroom/3 bathroom home was designed and built around 1960 by Hector Aguilar, a famous Taxco jewelry designer and architect.

The ~4,100 square foot main house consists of two stories. Each level complete with a kitchen, living room, dining area, bedrooms, baths and covered outdoor spaces.

The lower house has 2 bedrooms, each with an en-suite full bath; a recently renovated chef’s kitchen with granite countertops, a professional gas stove and custom parota wood cabinets.
The upper house has two bedrooms and a shared bath, plus a large patio with spectacular views in every direction.

The two levels have separate private entrances so that two groups can simultaneously and privately occupy both parts. This provides an opportunity to rent one level for income while living in the other or to rent both levels when not in residence.

Additional structures are located on the property:

A separate casita currently houses the staff.
A large storage room.
Another structure houses the laundry and additional storage.
A well/pump-house guards one of the few natural freshwater sources in the area, providing water for the extensive gardens.
A covered carport/driveway inside the villa gates provides secure parking for 2 vehicles.

There is enough land to build additional properties if needed or desired.

Only a narrow street separates this home from the beach.

The price is still negotiable.

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