This house is situated on a 4 mile sandy beach 90 freeway miles below the US border. Walled and gated property. Friendly community.
The kitchen has all the amenities.The family room, and kitchen overlook the ocean surf at the Todos Santos Island and Bufadora (Mexico,s Old Faithful Geyser).
There is Satellite TV and High Speed wireless Internet with a DVD player and a collection of DVDs and games for the kids. No telephone. There are surfboards, boogie boards and a tent for the kids if they want to sleep outside under the stars.
There is a large outdoor entertainment area that contains adry waterfall, Mexican fire pit, outdoor table and chairs, a Bougainvillea covered gazebo and a BBQ .In the front is a tiled patio area where you can look at thesurf and watch the Seagulls, Dolphins,and Pelicans.
Whether you want a family getaway or a romantic tranquil setting, this house will meet your expectations.
Homeaway House : Notice that in the photos the picture shows 2 houses. The front one, closest to the beach is the one in Homeaway. The back one, that is 2 stories is our personal one which we use infrequently.
In the back yard there is a waterfall, that spills into two pools. At present it is turned off, but is still nice to look at as you sit in the Bougainvillea covered gazebo.
Privacy: This house has a lot of privacy. It is one of the few houses that is surrounded by a wall. Entrance is restricted by a locked front gate. There is a locked double gate to the car park that has to be opened from the inside. There is room for 3 cars. There is a gravelled lane that runs down the side of the house to the entrance to the above gates.
There is a Mexican guard house at the begining of the road . The guard patrols intermittenly, on foot and by bicycle.
There are 2 restrictions.
1 No toilet paper in the toilet. There is a recepticle beside each toilet for paper waste. All the houses on the spit have septic tanks and paper clogs the toilets,
2. Noise qurfew after 1030.p.m. in consideration of local residents.
Location: This house is in a rural costal area in Northern Baja. No train or air access. Transportation is by car via a good four lane freeway. Fishing is good and you can rent a boat at 'Pango Boats' for a 1/2-1 day trip. (Cod, Snapper, Bass). A fun afternoon is to go to Bufadora, Mexico's blow hole, where there are many vendors selling all the way from trinkets to good Mexica leather goods. Our favorite restaurant there is 'Habana Banana'. The largest town is Ensenada, an exciting area where the ocean liners put in twice a week. There are great restaurants and shopping. There are American stores,(Wal-Mart, Home Depot and Costco). North of Ensenaday you can explore 7 different wineries. If you are looking for a nearly deserted beach just for yourself, this is it. The beach is wide, sandy, shallow and safe for kids.It is great for all water activities. There are horses to rent or take a ride on an ultra-lite plane. There is golf at the Baja Beach and Country Club about 45 minutes away.