For Sale $1,995,000 Reduced from $4,000,000 - Land
The satellite photo shows an area outlined with a thick black line that is roughly the piece. It is not a precise drawing. The total area is 33.52 manzanas, or 58+ acres, or 23.6 hectares located in Mixcal.
The length of coastline measured at the high tide mark is 846.92 meters. This includes about 60 meters of one of the best sand beaches and one of the most swim-able coves in the country (no riptides or undertows and you can walk on sand out past where the waves break and still not be over your head). It goes up to an elevation of roughly 90 meters and has spectacular views up and down the coast and out to sea
The access road (red line on the satellite photo) from the main road can be guaranteed as an easement with the signing and registering of a separate document that would cover road access, securing the common entrance way, and the placement of power poles. There are no power lines on the property at present. Electricity is currently provided by a solar power system.
The land is completely forested with dozens of species of trees and there is an acre or so of “pochote” trees planted in one corner, ready for harvest in about 6 years.
The land is now part of the El Toro – Mixcal Wilderness Reserve (Reserva Silvestre Privada) under agreement with the Environment Ministry. A buyer has the option of remaining within the Reserve status or dropping out of it. Remaining in the reserve status is a shelter against paying raw land taxes. These taxes for coastal property are considerably higher than for other land, based on Catastro values. Remaining in the reserve also lends itself to better being able to establish certain “controls” for public access to the beach and coast.
Mixcal is about 15 minutes from San Juan de Sur along the Chocolata Road, which is slated for paving sometime in the near or distant future??? Entry to the parcel is along an access road through the main property. Electricity lines are just off the main road, at a distance of approximately 1 kilometer from the lot’s northeast corner. A power line could be run to the lot along the easement road. Water is available in abundance at a depth of about 200 to 300 feet, according to other wells drilled nearby.
The fence lines are kept clear. There are cement markers placed around the perimeter as per the lot plan. Some interior trails for hiking or horseback riding are maintained year round.