This 4-bedroom beachfront home in Barra de Potosi near Zihuatanejo, Mexico, is just a 2-minute walk to restaurants and the lagoon.
There are three separate houses and a beachfront infinity pool on this three-quarter-acre oceanfront lot in the Barra de Potosi beachfront community.
The main 2,440 square foot house has an open living room, dining room, and kitchen under a soaring thatched palapa palm roof that looks out over the infinity pool to the Pacific Ocean. The ground level includes an air-conditioned bedroom with office niche and large bath; a half bath for guests, and a large pantry off the kitchen. The second, upstairs bedroom has full bath, a/c, and vaulted tile roof. There is lots of closet and storage space throughout.
The second villa is just off the beach with a large bedroom and bath with closet and desk, living and dining area, and kitchenette. This villa is covered by a huge palapa roof supported by tropical hardwood columns.
The third villa is to the rear and contains one bedroom and a full bath, again under a thatched palapa palm roof.
Additional buildings include the billiard (or yoga) pavilion and a 400-square-foot workshop and storage area.
The lot covers three-quarters of an acre with 108 feet of beach frontage and is covered with fruit trees, flowers, and exotic tropical plants. The landscaping is extraordinary with paths leading through the grounds and around the lily pond and beachfront infinity pool.
Barra de Potosi beachfront home offered at $917,000 US
This Barra de Potosi home is part of an informal group of three homes that share a rock wall around the property, caretaker’s quarters, laundry, off-street parking, water storage, and septic system.
The home was designed by Gustavo Jasso, an architect known for his flowing lines and use of natural materials.