residential home sites

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Lagos del Mar lot 25

For those looking to build a custom home, Lagos del Mar custom homesite number 25 represent a few of the opportunities left to do so in this residential area with the Punta Development with unobstructed views of the Bay of Banderas and Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course.
Lagos del Mar - Lot 18 - Punta Mita Resort - Riviera Nayarit - Mexico
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Lagos del Mar lot 18

This is a unique home site within the residential sub-division of Lagos del Mar and is one of the largest and offers amazing opportunities to build a unique home on this home site that is almost one full acre
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Ranchos Estates - Lot 2 - Punta Mita Resort- SOLD

This large estate lot is on one of Mexico's most exquisite beaches within the exclusive Four Seasons / St. Regis Punta Mita Resort, Riviera Nayarit, Pacific Mexico.
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Las Olas Lot 2

Las Olas is a single family gated luxury residential beachfront community located next to San Francisco, Nayarit
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Lot Patzcuarito

With incomparable surroundings, the patzcuarito lot lies in front of a beautiful sandy beach, Perfect to build your home for private getaways while convenient amenities in Sayulita and Punta de Mita are just a few minutes away. Lot details: …
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kupuri lot 7

Occupying an oceanview setting on an elevated lot, Lot 7 offers expansive views of Litigu Bay and beyond to the blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. Just a short stroll to the (planned) Kupuri Residents´Beach Club, this homesite is not only…
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Punta Caracol - Lot 1 - Price Reduction

With almost 16 hundred square meters, Lot 1 is the last remaining homesite at the Punta Caracol - Punta del Burro, Costa Banderas, Riviera Nayarit. The Punta Caracol subdivision is located at the Southern end of Playa Punta del Burro, a…
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Boca Paila Preserve At Sian Ka'an

In the Yucatan Peninsula, just south of Tulum, on the spectacular Mexican Caribbean coast exists a land so beautiful that the ancient Mayans considered it sacred, and so they named it Sian Ka’an, which translates to mean “birthplace of the sky”.