Home Sits Directly on Ocean Whitewater

Home Sits Directly on Ocean Whitewater




May 2016

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

We are located in the New Marina directly on the sea. While many places advertise beachfront property, you will find that this residence is more than beachfront. It is not a high rise with a view of the ocean and access to the beach through a lobby. You are literally sitting on a rock on the breaking wave and your balcony is the seawall. It is illegal to build anything this close to the water anymore, so you will seldom find a residence with this proximity to the ocean. Guests are six steps down to the roaring Pacific Ocean with the sound of the ocean waves reverberating through the home. When you unlock the front door, you face a wall of glass doors open to the deep blue Pacific Ocean. As soon as the front door is open, the roar of the waves transfixes you as they crash on the ocean rocks at your feet. Because the ocean draws you first, I will describe it first. The ocean patio is very large with a floor of stone blasted marble and a low marble tiled wall. This wall, made for sitting is the actual sea wall and holds back high waves. Descending down the six steps from this ocean patio is your private locked door to the rock, sand and waves. The marble steps are outfitted with an ocean shower to keep you sand free. There are with sun lounges for dining, entertaining and sun bathing.

The home is decorated in Mexican Colonial from the beautiful city of Tlaquepaque with washed adobe walls, antique carved furniture and rattan. The floors are done in Mexican ties with hand painted Talavera tile inserts. The walls are painted in old Colonial Mexico with a blue hand rubbed base and a terracotta strip. Home is filled with fine examples of Mexican art. The Master bedroom with double king bed. The second bedroom is called The Toucan Room and has twin beds, a six foot mirrored closet and its own private bath, again with hand painted Talavera tiles. There is a six foot mirrored closet and its own private marble bath. The master bedroom walks out to the patio and the sea. Sleeping is accompanied by the sound of the crashing waves. The second bedroom overlooks the garden.

The living room faces a twelve foot window on the ocean and is furnished in wicker and antiques and accessorized like the entire house in Mexican folk craft obtained throughout Mexico. Off the living room is a beautiful kitchen with granite tops. kitchen island and bar. The kitchen is filled with everything the modern cook needs. Off the kitchens are small garden areas with a Mexican leather table for two for coffee in the morning. Baths are are new marble with walk in showers.


More about us

  1. We are a retired couple, a scientist and engineer.

  2. We live in Central California and also in Mexico

  3. We love to cook and garden and enjoy the sea.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
La Bruja
Cool bars
Hotel Playa at Sunset
Retail therapy
All the Mexican Craft shops
Bit of culture
The old restored opera house in Plaza Machada
Walks in the park
You don't walk in the park; you walk on the ocean
Spot of exercise
See above
Day tripping
Old colonial towns nearby

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