We feature three kinds of travel reviews on Luxury Latin America: the best luxury hotels, interesting luxury travel tours, and Latin American real estate that appeals to foreigners buying a vacation home or retirement home in Mexico, Central America, or South America. In the latter category is a piece we put up a couple weeks ago: Real Estate in Punta Mita.
Punta Mita goes by two slightly different names, so it’s a little confusing. Punta de Mita (which sort of translates to “arrowhead”) is the peninsula region in general, located between Puerto Vallarta and Sayulita in the Riviera Nayarit region. Punta Mita without the “de” is the private development within that region. It’s anchored by the Four Seasons, a St. Regis resort, and two golf courses designed by Jack Nicklaus. Plus there are plenty of different real estate developments for those who like it so much they don’t want to leave.
That feeling is understandable as this is one of the prettiest and most dramatic coastal locations in Mexico, plus the golf experience here wins plenty of “best of” accolades on a regular basis. Don’t come to this area looking for a bargain though—one software mogul has built a house here that supposedly cost $36 million, give or take a few mil—so you’ll be in the company of people who can afford to buy exactly what they want. Except for a few condos and townhouses, prices are listed in seven digits.
This is perhaps the most prestigious resort living address in Mexico. See the full story here: