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TRONCONES BEACH PROPERTY
Dewey’s
Troncones, México
Please contact us for details Dewey McMillin Email: EdwardsMex100@gmail.com Phone: (755) 553-2812
This unique property is situated on the northern curve of beautiful Manzanillo Bay in Troncones. This is among the most coveted real estate in the area noted for the best swimming and, equally important, for the Troncones Point surf break. If you swim, surf or paddle board and happen to like sunsets, you must take a look at this property. The home is situated on 3,091 square meters of land, or a little over three-quarters of an acre, mere steps from the beach. The property enjoys 49.74 meters (163 feet) of beachfront. There are very few beach properties of this size in the area. From the entry gate at the street, there is a sandy driveway leading toward the beach. First though, on your right, is the entrance to a huge open area useful for extra parking space or additional construction. On your left is a caretaker’s dwelling. You will also pass a paved parking area on the left and a large covered carport that could easily hold two cars and a boat. Then you arrive at the circular driveway that is surrounded with mature colorful landscaping. The spacious rear building houses a suite and patio on the top floor and a laundry room, huge bodega and very large maintenance room on the lower level. The stairs up to the suite are lined with balustrades, as is the huge patio on the top level. This bedroom is air-conditioned, as are all of the suites. There is a king bed, wooden armoire, and an en suite bathroom, accented in talavera tiles and a pebbled floor shower. From the bed and patio there are great views of Manzanillo Bay and the Troncones Point surf break. The deep, partially covered patio is wrapped around two sides of the building providing all kinds of room for beachy lounge furniture and hammocks. A bricked pathway leads toward the seating area near the covered entrance to the main building. Upon stepping into the huge entry area, the breeze is the first thing you feel as your eyes are drawn to the wide-open view of the sea. There is comfortable seating/lounging furniture in this area that is flanked by two stairways to the 2nd level. The right hand stairway leads first to a huge air-conditioned office. Outside of this is a seating and library area, plus two powder rooms, for guys and girls. This area segues into a tropical version of a great room that includes wonderfully spacious living, dining, and bar areas, all open to the ocean. The room is approximately 60 feet long and is covered overhead by a huge high palapa roof. Toward the north, past the large bar, serving and dining areas, you pass out from under the palapa onto a connected open-air balcony. This is where the serious sunning, whale watching and stargazing takes place. Behind the dining/serving area is a large commercial grade kitchen with plenty of counter space and a large walk-in pantry. The upper level great room enjoys incredible vistas and close to 180° views from the balcony dining area. The left hand stairway from the entry area leads to two bedrooms. The first has a king-sized bed, with sliding screened and glassed doors to the covered and very private deck. The views of the bay and the ocean are equally well enjoyed from the hammock or chairs. The bathroom sink and shower are done in talavera tiles. The second bedroom on this side also has a king bed. The bedroom has talavera accents and pebble floored shower. The covered patio has a great view and enjoys lovely breezes. The other four bedrooms are accessed from the front of the building along cobblestoned pathways. The three bedrooms on the north side of the big entry area have similar amenities but slightly different views. Each of the bedrooms has two beds, one king, one matrimonial, and an en suite bathroom. Each has a private patio with a seating area in front and none are more than a 60-second walk to the beach. The Bay Room is aptly named as the king bed faces fantastic views of Manzanillo Bay. The next bedroom is the Point Room, referring to its great views of Troncones Point and the surf break in front of it. The third bedroom on this side is the Beach Room that has incredible unobstructed views of the Point to the left and the ocean straight ahead. The Sunset Room is on the south side of the entry room. This suite has a king and twin bed and a spacious bathroom. The views from the room and patio live up to the room’s name. This suite is the closest to the pool. As far as pools go, Casa Manzanillo’s has a different feeling from any of the others on our beach. It’s a large curved pool, half covered by a huge palapa that also shades the lounging area and the sunken pool bar. There is room for many chaise lounges, tables and chairs etc. The breezes are fresh, the views are awesome and the bar is handy. In front of the pool, a short path leads to the beach and the waters of Manzanillo Bay. There are nice restaurants on the bay just a short walk away, nearby tide pools to be explored, and salt water warm enough to play in for hours. A 10 minute walk will take you to the fishing village of Majahua where there are several family owned restaurants offering the catch of the day. The grounds of Casa Manzanillo boast mature landscaping including palm trees, almond trees, croton bushes, climbing yellow-flowered mandevillas, and a wealth of colorful tropical flowers and foliage. This well-loved home is sitting on prime northern Manzanillo Bay real estate. While it has been rented in the past, this would be a great second home for a large or extended family. It is being offered for sale fully furnished but for a few pieces of art. The seller may consider some owner financing given the right price and terms. Offered at USD $1,500,000.00