Your prayers have been answered!
This impressive 6 bedroom home in beautiful Akumal Bay is exactly what you’ve been looking for! Not a single detail has been overlooked in this gorgeous beachfront home. Whether you’re looking for a family home on the Caribbean beach of Mexico, or looking for a high-revenue income property, this home checks off both options with ease.
The massive archway entrance is constructed of hand-cut and hand-placed limestone blocks with an impressive stairway leading into the home. Directly through the main entrance you will be entranced by the view through the 20-foot vaulted ceiling and equally high windows that showcase the custom pool and Caribbean sea. Sliding glass doors disappear into the walls to create wide open spaces to the lounging patios, pool deck and lawn on the main level and large suite balconies on the second level.
The main floor has a full living room, dining room and a large fully equipped chef’s kitchen constructed with hardwood cabinetry and granite. Adjacent to the kitchen is a large outdoor dining table and entertainment area, which is an ideal setting for eating and socializing, while admiring the pool and ocean views.
The home boasts 4 suites and 2 other bedrooms with baths and air conditioning, and in total the house can sleep up to 16 guests. The main master suite is huge with Jacuzzi tub and double showers. Each of the suites has an ocean and jungle (sunrise and sunset) view with access to broad balconies and verandas for taking coffee in the morning, or relaxing with a bit of privacy and a glass of wine in the evening.
The master bedroom suite is 700 sq ft of opulence. It includes a relaxation area, treadmill, double shower and ocean view tub. The king size bed is positioned in the center of the room facing the ocean and the room has windows all around to highlight the different views over the ocean and the jungle.
All bedrooms are fully air conditioned and also allow for flow through of cool sea breezes, and the large roof area has a built in bed space and hammocks can be slung under a thatched palapa to catch the cool night breezes and allow for amazing stargazing.