CoCoVillas Costa Maya
CoCoVillas Costa Maya is introducing an exciting new way to embrace home ownership on the Caribbean seaboard of Mexico’s southern Yucatan Peninsula. CoCoVillas is located on one of the most beautiful beaches in all of Costa Maya and lies just 12 miles north of the small pueblo of Mahahual. The CoCoVillas community consists of six 3,250 sq.ft. three-bedroom, 3½ bath villas and four 2200 sq.ft. two-bedroom villas, 2 bath seaside cabanas. Prices start at $425,000 depending on the location, finishes, and upgrades that you choose.
A large playful swimming pool and a destination wellness/fitness spa on the premises will further enhance this lifestyle choice. Additionally, CoCoVillas will be served by an on-site convenience store and a full-service restaurant; you may choose to never leave the beach!
CoCoVillas Costa Maya is served by the new hydroelectrically-fueled electrical grid extension from Rio Indio to Placer. This stretch of beach is the only non-commercial beach community in Costa Maya to have access to dependable, Federally-subsidized electricity outside of Mahahual.
Oh sure, it all sounds wonderful, but what about the on-going caretaking and maintenance costs of owning a beach house? What about security? What about beach cleaning and road maintenance? And what if you want to rent your home while you’re away? Lots of questions, but only one good answer: CoCoVillas Costa Maya – a gated community of private, seaside villas, each individually owned but managed by a community association sharing the costs of beach home ownership. The Entrada Center, interior roads, swimming pool, and exterior building maintenance – right up to and including the exterior paint and marine varnish finishes – are maintained by the association and are included in a low quarterly maintenance fee. Simply bring your shorts, flip-flops, and a toothbrush, grab your fishing or snorkeling gear, and prepare to enjoy simplified life on the beach.
CoCoVillas Costa Maya is far enough off the beaten path to be a private getaway, but not so far away as to be considered remote. If you are looking for the crowded hustle and bustle of Playa del Carmen or Tulum, you won’t find it here. Mahahual remains a small Caribbean beach town with plenty of local restaurants, culture, and outdoor and civic-minded activities to keep you engaged at any age.
The southern Yucatan Peninsula itself is part of the ancestral center of the Mayan civilization. Even if you are not an archeological buff, you will discover that this location is charged with an ancient culture that has quietly evolved into the kind and gentle vibe that permeates this rarified spot on the planet. Mahahual truly is one of Mexico’s affordable hidden treasures.
Only several hundred meters offshore, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef protects the coastline. The coral reef, aka the Mayan Barrier Reef, is the second largest barrier coral reef in the world – second only to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia – and extends 965 kilometers (600 miles) from the Yucatan Peninsula to Honduras. Costa Maya is diver’s and snorkeler’s paradise and the home to five hundred species of fish. Click here to learn more about Mahahual Mexico: www.mahahualmexico.com.
CoCoVillas Awaits You!