Lot Size: 11945 Lot Size (m2): 1110 Status: Active
Terreno Mar y Paz is a large flat plot of land measuring 1,110 ,m2, 1 block from the beach. This plot of land is currently being used to help the running of the opposite beachfront Bungalows "Mar y Paz". It is being used as a car park, as over-spill during the peak seasons (there are 5 rentable economy bungalows on the land). Finally, the land also have a small purpose-built commercial building used to run a small shop.
This plot of land is being sold with the Bungalows :
Land : $400,000
Bungalows : $600,000
Total : $1,000,000
Jamie was born in the south east of the United Kingdom in 1980 to a French mother and an English father. When he was 11 Jamie’s family moved to Paris where he completed high school at the British School of Paris, and then at the age of 18 he went back to the UK to study Engineering at the University of Nottingham.
Like Jamie’s upbringing, his career has always been an international one. Before coming to Puerto Vallarta he had worked both in Paris and London, most recently for one of Europe largest automobile groups as the Sales & Marketing Manager for the South of the UK.
Jamie originally fell in love with Mexico when he was 16, during a month long holiday-travel camp around the country. For the last 4 years he has been frequently visiting Puerto Vallarta, and at the end of 2007 decided to make this magical location his new home.
His natural ability to feel comfortable in multilingual environments, his enthusiastic yet down-to-earth personality make him a vital asset to our sales team .
Aside speaking Spanish, Jamie is fluent in both English and French.
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