SOLD by NuVista Real Estate! $399,000 USD - B & B, Single Family Home, Villa
Costa Maya Yum Botic is an ideal place for someone who wants to get away from it all and be surrounded by nature – most call it paradise!
Costa Maya Yum Botic’s two-story curved design captures the Caribbean Sea breezes for your comfort. Its 11 foot ceilings and transom windows enhance cross ventilation. The home has a fully stone tiled interior with four bedrooms, three with its own private bathroom, walk-in closets, and spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea. The first floor has a great room with living room-kitchen-dining area and the front door opening to the garden patio. The kitchen area has granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and ample cabinet space. The main floor also a half-bathroom, bedroom, laundry room and a fourth bedroom or office. All first floor rooms have access to the beachfront patio with two outdoor showers. Walking up the mahogany stairs, one finds the master suite and a third bedroom both with doors to the expansive stone tiled terrace facing the sea.
Casa Yum Botic would make a fabulous yoga /meditation retreat, rental property or a small bed and breakfast. The extensive grounds with 213 feet of beachfront by 295 feet deep are plentiful with young and mature coconut and chit palms along with a multitude of flowering and non-flowering tropical plants. This beautiful getaway is enough property for someone who might wish to build another home, other facilities or cabins to rent. Yum Botic is located in Uvero, six kilometers north of the Uvero Beach Club and is a 35 minute drive from the town of Mahahual. There are also two adjacent 65 foot lots south of the property available separately at $89,000 each. Together with the house there is a total of 344 feet of beachfront – one of the largest properties available in Costa Maya. The cost to purchase the Villa and the two adjacent lots is $550,000.
Constructed in 2009, Costa Maya Yum Botic is a solar powered house. The total interior area for both floors is 2,478 square feet. To the left of the Villa are two small concrete buildings, one for the solar batteries and another for the backup generator. A 310 sq. foot caretaker or guest cottage sits by the road and is 185 feet from the Villa.
|65 mt. x 90 mt.
|213 ft. x 295 ft.
|230 sq. mt.
|2,478 sq. ft.
|28.6 sq. mt
|310 sq. ft.
|Adjacent Lots (2)
|40 mt. x 90 mt.
|131 ft. x 295 ft.
|Total Villa Lot
|5,850 sq. mt
|62,969 sq. ft.
|9,450 sq. mt.
|101,719 sq. ft.
What is the meaning of Yum Botic? It means “Thank you” in Maya! For a view of Yum Botic Costa Maya click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biNtfcF_eOQ&t=20s and to see the two adjacent lots click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80SYsyviDAg.
The stunning area known as the Costa Maya is located on the lower third of the Yucatan peninsula on the sparkling blue Caribbean Sea. Known for its pristine white sandy beaches, Costa Maya is a tropical paradise with fauna and flora including abundant coconut palm trees. Centered in the Costa Maya is the small town of Mahahual. Once a sleepy fishing village, Mahahual has grown into a small resort town with charming hotels and a wide range of dining and shopping opportunities. Costa Maya offers a wide range of spectacular water activities including snorkeling, scuba diving, deep sea and bone fishing, paddle boarding, swimming and just plain relaxing on the beach!
Click here to learn more about Mahahual Mexico: www.mahahualmexico.com.
Only several hundred meters offshore, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef protects the coastline from possible turbulent seas. The coral reef, often known as the Mayan Barrier Reef, is the second largest barrier 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 and one of the largest colonies of manatees on the planet.
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