Be part of the community in this 1,750 SF two bedroom home in the heart of downtown La Paz. Two blocks from the Malecon -- a tile-paved walking area that lines the La Paz Bay. Join natives and visitors in daily strolls along the malecon, viewing pelicans, frigate birds, and sailboats. Get a front row seat for each gorgeous sunset. This home is walking distance to everything you need -- the french bread bakery, fresh Veracruz coffee roaster, fish taco stands, fresh food market, small neighborhood grocery stores, pottery shops, suberb restaurants, and artisan shops, local natural food market. It is also close to car rental outlets if you want to travel further afield. You can kayak to island Espiritu Santo with local outfitters. There are great restaurants serving all sorts of international foods, including crepes and gelato!
The home has been freshly updated with all new furniture, including new mattresses for the king master bedroom and 2nd bedroom with two twin beds. Each bedroom has its own bath. The set up is great for families or two couples. One-level living good-- no stairs to climb. It has a private pergola area in the backyard for sipping margaritas or your moning coffee, playing games, or reading books. There is a 27' flat screen TV that gets a few local stations, or plays DVDs and VCR tapes. There is a small collection waiting for you, along with many jigsaw puzzles. You can stay connected to home by Hi-Speed internet. There is a printer there for the sad time when you have to print your boarding pass. Relax and sit in the backyard canvas swing or hammock and view guava, orange and palm trees. The hummingbird feeder is very active! The modern kitchen is equipped with everything you need, or use the gas BBQ. The new washing machine is great. I wish I had it at home! Use of two mountain bikes in included for short trips to the local market.
La Paz is an authentic Mexican city -- not an Americano resort. Be prepared for a true exotic experience.
Keywords: Independent home in downtown La Paz
We first visited La Paz in 1995 and fell in love with the authentic nature of the community. We love to kayak, bike, and soak up the sunshine. We love that the waterfront is not lined with hotels.
La Paz feels very safe and even though our Spanish is dreadful, the locals are kind and patient. We want to use this home in our retirement, but until then, you can share it with us!
We love to walk everywhere in the downtown -- bookstores, groceries for fresh tortillas, fresh coffee, fish tacos. Staying a home is wonderful, too! This neighborhood is very welcoming. Neighbors on both sides came to welcome us on our first visit.
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