With A Boutique Collection of 23 Residences, Playa de La Paz Captures The Unique Coastal Lifestyle of La Paz


Playa de La Paz boasts extraordinary, unobstructed ocean views and 600 feet of ocean frontage, endless privacy and sophisticated communal spaces to enjoy the surrounding nature. The residences are replete with pristine marble, handmade custom cabinetry and the highest quality fixtures and finishes. With amenities that rival international five-star resorts, the property offers an oceanfront pool, fitness facility and an outdoor yoga studio, as well as equipment for stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking and snorkeling. A concierge additionally offers arranging additional activities either on-site or off-property such as beach barbecues and weddings. La Paz has many high profile visitors as has Playa del La Paz, including the former president of Mexico, Felipe Calderon, football star Luis Roberto Alves and his wife and television presenter Paola Rojas, and Bill and Melinda Gates can often be spotted docking their yacht in town and enjoying the sites and delights the area offers.

Located along the clear waters of the Sea of Cortez in the tranquil Baja California seaside town of La Paz, Playa de La Paz is as unique and unrivaled as its natural surroundings. Set along one of La Paz’s most spectacular beachfronts “El Caimancito,” this property is at the center of outstanding beauty and calm waterfront. Ranked second on CNN’s Best Places to Retire, La Paz is a short walk or bike ride along the stunning three mile Malecon beachfront walkway. Within this authentic town, guests can enjoy the local charm including streets bustling with artisanal craft stores, nightlife, and an array of fine dining, offering an abundance of fresh fruits, vegetables and locally-caught seafood. In addition to the vibrancy of La Paz, Playa de La Paz’s backyard is an adventurers dream, offering world-class fishing, diving, whale watching, snorkeling, watersports, horse-riding, boating and golf.

The 23 residences at Playa de La Paz range from 2,900 to more than 9,000 square feet, offering one to four bedrooms. Pricing begins at US $995,000.

Some of the most important features include:

  • Expansive outdoor living spaces, with some residences featuring up to 3,500 square feet of terrace space
  • Gourmet kitchens and professional range stainless steel appliances
  • Handmade custom cabinetry, doors and windows
  • Exquisitely selected and sourced materials including, high quality exotic woods such as Zebrano, maple, walnut and oak
  • Hand cut stone from Brazil, Russia and Italy
  • State of the Art VANTAGE Home Control System for custom environment, sensor lights and music controlled from inside home or remotely
  • Extraordinary, unobstructed views of the ocean
  • On-site residential concierge service
  • Private, direct access to swimmable beach
  • 24 hour security patrol by front entrance and beach frontage with closed circuit cameras throughout

Guests can also reserve a room at Playa del La Paz for around $1,100 per night.

As evident in the strict attention to detail in the finest finishes and features incorporated in each residence, Playa de La Paz was a labor of love for developer Jeffrey Curtiss. Along with partners Jeffrey Hecktman and John Hargreaves, Curtiss envisioned a beachfront property that would capture the elegance and spirit of La Paz. Seamlessly combining ancient foundations with modern sophistication, each floor plan is one-of-a-kind. From inspired iron entry gates, to hand cut Calcutta Gold marble throughout, to gourmet kitchens featuring Viking appliances, no detail has been spared to ensure the highest level of comfort and convenience. While no two residences are alike, each is inspired by the artistry and soulfulness of Playa de La Paz. With location in mind, each residence is carefully designed to include expansive terraces and outdoor living space, perfect to enjoy mesmerizing sunsets and to take in sweeping vistas of the pristine sandy beach and crystal blue waters.

For more info, visit www.playadelapaz.com.

All photo credit goes to: Allan Rice