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Calle Nanzal 110

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4BR / 4Ba 2500ft2

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carport

I have a beautiful vacation rental casa in Sayulita, Mexico for sale or trade in exchange for a house of comparable value (or less plus cash) in Santa Fe. Mine has a five star rating on airbnb and has enough land to even build another full two story casita with parking if you want to scratch the "build-in-Mexico itch".

All four bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms are housed in separate casitas with private balconies, high, beamed, pitched ceilings with fabulous patate mat impressions in cement. The kitchen is in its own casita and is poolside with a large patio, cement banquette and table that seats 8 and ocean views from throughout the property. There's parking for 3, on street parking, a large bodega in the carport for storage, a bodega in the kitchen, a dipping pool that seats 6 overlooking the sea.

Stone abounds in the foundation, walls, in one of the casitas, in floor and shower details. Floors are poured cement, as are counters; parota wood and metal doors grace each casita. Old growth tropical foliage is throughout the garden areas and the sound of ocean waves and tropical birds fill the air. The property is ready for regularization, meaning it will legally be put in your name which is an easy process. The flexible floor plan allows for various uses...you can live on one level and rent the other; live in one casita and rent three; live in three and rent one etc. And with an added casita, you can live separately and use the whole main house as your income or visa versa. There's no other house like it in Sayulita (or anywhere). Guests adore it and youw ill too.

I'm an artist seeking a casita or house in Santa Fe in the Eastside, Capitol or Railyard areas. Must be adobe, have yard for two dogs, be very charming, and ideally have 2 bedrooms plus an art studio and rental casita for income.
I'm not looking for a house built in the 80s or 70s, more a historic property with lovely garden and charm.

Switch the desert for the ocean and a Mexican hip, boho-chic, friendly and safe community to surf and eat fabulous food with friendly locals and expats while living in an income-generating casa? This would be the answer.


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