Luxury On The Mexican Coast

Two Premier Mexican luxury Homes, a beachfront villa nestled within the private residential portion of Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas and a Gomez Vazquez-designed villa for sale at Rosewood Residences Mayakoba.



Exclusive Escape

BAJA  |  6-7 BEDROOMS  |  10,000 SQ. FT.

This one-of-a-kind, Guerin Glass Architects-designed beachfront villa is nestled within the private residential portion of Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas, on Baja’s East Cape. Standing out is a front yard overlooking the Sea of Cortez, 100-foot dock and captain’s quarters in the back with a yacht parked right outside. Also included: 10,000 square feet of stunning TAL-Studio interiors highlighted by floor-to-ceiling sliding glass walls that open to reveal an outdoor gourmet kitchen and pools.

As if that’s not enough, the new homeowner also will be privy to an exclusive, invitation-only membership in the Costa Palmas Beach & Yacht Club.

“The Four Seasons villa is the first of its kind on the West Coast of North America,” says Michael Radovan, Costa Palmas’ managing director.

“Your membership grants you unlimited access to the Aventura guides who will curate your family’s every moment.” 


Michael Radovan
of Costa Palmas

List Price $40 million

Destination Paradise

“From the beginning, we were aiming to develop a residence with a strong connection to Mayakoba’s unique landscape via uninterrupted contact with the outdoors,” says Jose Antonio Pardo, development and branded residential director of the 1,600-acre Mayakoba in Mexico’s Riviera Maya. Enter this contemporary, Gomez Vazquez-designed villa for sale at Rosewood Residences Mayakoba that blends seamlessly with its tropical surroundings by means of a main-level living area split into a lounge and dining room that boasts soaring walls of glass that open to a wraparound limestone terrace flanked by a stunning L-shaped pool and plunge overlooking a lagoon.

Also on this level is a media room, and chef’s kitchen with Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, while the upper floor holds a master retreat with a terrace, walk-in closet, and spa-like bath with dual vanities, a soaking tub and shower. An added treat? The new owner will have access to plentiful restaurants, Rosewood Mayakoba’s Sense Spa, a PGA Championship golf course and more.



Jose Antonio Pardo
of Mayakoba

List Price $5.055 million

Photographs: Courtesy Of Costa Palmas (Top) And Rosewood Residences Mayakoba (Bottom)


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