BAJA • MX
I had always dreamed that one day I would own a home built in lush orchards and gardens, in a place where the temperatures never get too hot or too cold so I could enjoy an outdoor lifestyle all year long. A place that embraced me and my community. I also wanted to be close to the beach but I thought that this beautiful place only existed in my dreams. Then I discovered El Pescadero. El Pescadero is a place of lush green farmland centered between the Sierra de la Laguna mountains and the sandy white beaches of the Pacific Ocean. I knew immediately, I had found my paradise and my dream could become a reality. I decided not to keep this place to myself so I started sharing my idea with a few friends. They all agreed, my idea of paradise was exactly what they were looking for too. I took it to the next level and presented my idea to my friends Paulina, a talented architect, and Alex, a skillful builder who are already successfully designing and building homes in Los Cabos. They share the same love for modern architecture, commitment to quality and the love of Baja life as I do. Together, we formed a power house team and created Gallo 64.
Approximately 2 hectares of land (5 acres) in the farm town of El Pescadero near Todos Santos.
8 units per hectare (2.5 acres). 46 units maximum in entire community.
Concrete slab in the range of 1,200 – 1,500 sq ft, rammed earth wall, metal case glass doors, community pool, optional private plunge pool surrounded by orchards and gardens.
Price range starting in the $400,000’s. Pre-construction pricing available.
Two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, floor to ceiling glass doors open to integrate the open floor plan to the outdoors. Wrap around terrace, handicapped accessible.
Americans who are looking to start a new chapter in their lives. Ranging from purchasing homes for vacationing, relocating, or retirement. To be part of an inclusive community where they can form strong friendships.
The smooth year round weather makes it the perfect place in Baja to start a new chapter in life. Cooler in summer and warmer in winter than the rest of the Baja