News from Around Banderas Bay | April 2008
|Villas de Colina II Model Opens|
Patrick Harrison - PVNN
Tropicasa Realty and C and C Development are thrilled to announce the opening of the model home at Villas de la Colina II. With the recent opening of their sales office and now with their fully furnished model unit, this unique development, high in the hills of Amapas, is ready to release their final 40 condominium homes for public sale.
|The Villas de la Colina II on-site sales office is open Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 2 pm. For more information, visit VillasDeLaColina2.com.|
At a recent open house, over 200 local residents and agents got a sneak peek at the beautiful 2 - bedroom model unit located on the ground floor of Tower D. The response was an overwhelming "WOW!" With the stunning interior designed by celebrated Seattle designer Jeffrey Hill, the model unit is designed to truly enjoy Vallarta's indoor/outdoor living.
Using only the finest materials including slab granite, tumbled marble and kiln-dried Canadian maple, each home includes a unique dipping pool and large entertainment terrace, all with amazing views of the bay and Vallarta.
Early buyers Glenn and Diane Walsh were thrilled to be on hand for the model home unveiling. "We spent four years finding the right home in P.V. and finally found Villas de la Colina II. Chuck Toops and Manuel Orozco, his architect, build innovative designs with meticulous attention to detail, meaningful appreciation of the surroundings, and a dedication to quality, all with superb attention to the client."
Villas de la Colina II is setting new standards for developments in Banderas Bay. With its location close to town, its authentic contemporary Mexican architecture, and its use of green spaces and waterfalls, Villas de la Colina II can truly be called a modern tropical paradise.
Buyers will enjoy a full range of amenities; from a state-of-the-art gym, meandering pools, and a complete in-home water purification system to being able to select from a variety of personal finishes for their new home.
Each home offers technology features usually reserved only for homes in the U.S. or Canada. Villas de la Colina II will be built to U.S. codes or better in every single aspect of its construction.
In addition, First American Title Insurance will be available for each home, further raising the bar. Each of the 63 units offer commanding views of Vallarta and its cathedral, the Pacific Ocean, and the surrounding jungle of the Sierra Madres.
Delivery of the first home is due in the fall of 2008, with completion of all residences set for 2009. Special pre-construction prices are still available on the remaining homes. Two-bedroom residences begin at $395,000 USD with penthouses beginning at $1,400,000.
For more information, visit or call the Villas de la Colina II sales office today or email sales(at)tropicasa.com. The on-site sales office is open Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 2 pm. Additional information, floor plans, a virtual tour and availability are accessible online at VillasDeLaColina2.com/.
Looking for Puerto Vallarta real estate or rental properties? With over 100 years of combined real estate experience, all of the agents at Tropicasa Realty are affiliated with AMPI (the Mexican Board of Realtors,) and have either held real estate licenses in other countries or have had their own brokerages, providing clients with the benefit of their extensive knowledge and experience. So when Tropicasa Realty says "Your Security Through Our Experience," they have the history and background to support it. Click HERE to learn more about Tropicasa Realty, or visit tropicasa.com.
Born in Seattle, WA, Patrick Harrison has been living in PV for more than 3 years. Drawing on his experience in entertainment, radio, retail and sports marketing in major US cities, Patrick opened his own business here in Vallarta, P. Gringo Marketing & PR, a successful Public Relations Firm that targets the English-speaking tourist and local communities. You can contact Patrick at patrickinpv(at)gmail.com
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