Baja California Sur in Mexico is one of the most beautiful places on earth and international developer and designer Jeffrey Curtiss is looking to capitalize on this stunning area with the introduction of his luxe Playa de La Paz collection of private, custom residences. The first part of Curtiss’ multi-phase project is complete. Twenty-four top-of-the line residences facing the striking Sea of Cortez are now move-in ready.
“Playa de La Paz is the sole residential project to express the beauty, peace and passion for living found in La Paz, and is unlike anywhere else on earth,” said Curtiss. “Our vision of a discreet enclave appeals to those who demand the utmost compfort and privacy. Playa de La Paz is a place of luxury, not just in its materials and technologies – which far exceed anything ever attempted – but in its artistry, which touches the souls of all those who experience it.”
Curtiss’ new gems were designed by Guadalajara based architect Gerardo Ulate and range anywhere in size from 3,000 square feet to a four-bedroom penthouse measuring almost 8,000 square feet. Pricing for the residences begins at a mere $1 Million, a steal for anyone who dreams of owning a home within 300 feet of the ocean where they are free to frolic in the clear, tranquil waters.
“In terms of choice of materials, masterful floorplans and orientation to the magnificent vistas on the Sea of Cortez, no two of these homes are alike,” stated Curtiss. “Each offers a welcoming sanctuary for those who appreciate the international level of taste exhibited at Playa de La Paz. As the same time, this place is rooted in pure Baja culture, with its welcoming sunshine and pure ocean waters.”
To the owner’s delight each residence works amazingly to maximize vistas of the Sea of Cortez and beyond while minimizing views into the house. Another aspect residents will enjoy is the abundance of high class amenities including a 164-foot infinity pool, professional tennis courts, state-of-the-art health club, 24-hour security and a water desalination plant producing 100,000 liters of pure drinking water per day.
Snatch up one of these fine residences and you will soon find yourself drinking in dramatic views and glasses of rosé in your very own picturesque paradise.