Address: 15 Price (USD): $ 150,000 Beds: 3 Baths: 2.5 Floors: 2 : Costa Alegre Neighborhood: Lomas del Sol City: Nuevo Vallarta State: Jalisco ZIP: 63735 Country: Mexico Year Built: 2006
Garage Size: 2 Square Feet: 1,700 Construction (m2): 160 Lot Size: 1290 Lot Size (m2): 120 HOA Fees: $ 1,300 Status: Active
Lomas del Sol is a highly sought after residential development located on the north entrance to Nuevo Vallarta, just 15 minutes from the Puerto Vallarta Airport and just 1.5 kilometers (just under 1 mile) from the wide sandy beaches of Nuevo Vallarta. And now that the project is sold out of new inventory, people are turning to resales to get into this popular neighborhood.
Lomas de Sol 15 is just such a property… Besides being one of the hard to find pool front homes (this one directly in front of the common areas), this 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home features many additions and upgrades. The back of the house has been extended to the back of the property on both floors, creating a huge living room/media room on the ground floor, and an enclosed terrace on the 2nd floor. Also, flooring has been upgraded, bathrooms remodeled, custom kitchen cabinetry has been installed, and many details throughout the house have been tailored; all combining to make this a truly unique residence in a preferred location within this attractive neighborhood. Priced at just 2,250,000 Pesos (about $150,000 USD)!
Lomas del Sol features two community swimming pools with palapas and outdoor cooking facilities, children’s play areas, lots of green space and 24 hour security. It’s close to shopping, schools and entertainment… and the beach is just a 15 minute walk from your front door!
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