Estrella De Las Olas is a dramatic oceanfront villa located on a wide secluded sandy 4-mile beach on the Mexican Pacific Ocean against a lush mountainous background approximately 20 minutes north of vibrant Ixtapa, 25 minutes from the charming fishing village of Zihuatanejo, 15 minutes south of Troncones and 35 minutes from the modern ZIH International Airport.
This professionally constructed, beautiful three-story beach house has 3200± sq.ft. of enclosed living space and 4100± sq.ft. of covered open terraces and also a 800± sq.ft. guesthouse with full kitchen,living room, one bedroom (one king-size bed and two single beds) and bath.
Spectacular morning sunrises and breathtaking ocean sunsets are viewed from flowing glassed living, dining, and modern kitchen (with dishwasher) areas that open onto spacious verandas with many lighted ceiling fans.
Each of the five 400± sq.ft. oceanfront bedrooms are similarly designed and furnished with a king-size bed, four side tables , L-shaped sofa, an oceanfront soaking tub separate from the enclosed shower and lavatory, built-in desk and ample closet and storage areas.
Additionally, all have both a covered ocean side terrace and a mountain view terrace. Each bedroom is individually air-conditioned and has a microwave oven, mini-refrigerator, security safe, ceiling fan, dvd/vhs player and television.
The unique natural river rock swimming pool has an underwater bench around the edge. There are four small palapas, and several outdoor tables.
There is a laundry room, treated water system and a major generator that, if needed, provides full property electrical and water backup.
Also selling at auction: a 30 by 100 meter beachfront lot, totaling .74± of an acre. Small staff quarters and a large palapa for entertaining.
Mexican travelers include the neighboring beach towns of Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo, in the state of Guerrero, as favorite destinations, but that’s where their similarity ends. Visitors to this area will encounter two decidedly different vacation destinations just 6.5 km (4 miles apart).Ixtapa, once a coconut plantation, boasts the high-rise hotels, all-inclusive resorts, air-conditioned restaurants and upscale shopping you associate with Mexican beach resorts and luxury travel.
Zihuatanejo, on the other hand, evolved from quaint fishing village to backpackers’ hotspot to today’s incarnation of winding streets of galleries and folk art shops, small boutique hotels and palapa-style seafood restaurants serving the catch of the day. Backpackers still holiday here, but share the experience with honeymooners, snorkelers, swimmers, and cultural travelers who appreciate “Zihua’s” laid-back vibe and postcard-worthy scenery of rocky cliffs, sand and sea.
Enjoy golf, deep sea fishing, snorkeling, surfing, horseback riding (horses will be brought to the villa), massages,and all the fine restaurants that this area has to offer.