A short 45 minutes from the Los Cabos International Airport, the new beachfront resort community of Costa Palmas is just far enough removed from the hustle and bustle. Located on the East Cape, the area is undiscovered for the most part, something that’s a luxury in itself. The 1,000-acre resort community is home to the Costa Palmas Marina & Marina Village and Costa Palmas Beach & Yacht Club, both enticing amenities to complement its residential offerings which include Four Seasons Residences and Amanvari Residences.
Four Seasons offers both two- to six-bedroom Private Residences (condominiums) and up-to eight-bedroom Private Villas for homeowners who want a contemporary take on the Baja life. Seamlessly blending the indoors with the outdoors, residents can enjoy fireplaces, outdoor showers and inventive furnishings. Potential Private Residence buyers can choose between a golf course, beach or marina location while Private Villa buyers can take their pick of four home designs or opt to build their own.
Joining the coveted real estate lineup and breaking ground in 2019, Amanvari Residences will incorporate Aman’s unique style through indoor-outdoor living spaces, floor-to-ceiling glass walls, internal courtyards and lounge areas. Floor plans here range from two- to eight-bedroom options and will all be custom-tailored by famed architect John Heah. The first phase will include 25 villas with homesites starting at $5 million. Buyers will then be able to work directly with Heah to create their dream home.
Additional community amenities to enjoy include the Robert Trent Jones II-designed golf course, two miles of swimmable beach and 18 acres of orchards and farms. Homeowners of both communities will also have the option to become a member of the yacht club.
Four Seasons Residences range from $2.25 to $22 million. Homesites for Amanvari Residences range from $5 to $26 million.
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This article originally appeared in the 2019 Fall/Winter issue of InMexico Magazine.