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El Rey is located inland along the Cenotes Route, just 11km from Puerto Morelos and the Caribbean Sea. The rustic development is pure jungle filled with chicle trees, exotic birds, insects and howler monkeys.

El Rey offers some of the biggest lots in the area, on which you can build the house of your choosing secluded by the flora and fauna. Water is supplied from wells drilled on the individual lots. The centerpiece of the development is a clubhouse set beside horse stables, a swimming pool and a large polo field that hosts several tournaments a year.

Since El Rey is on non-deedable "ejido" land, there are legal hoops to jump through -- so buyers should hire a Mexican lawyer and be prepared to wade through title ambiguity.

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Quick Facts about the El Rey

  • $$
  • Lots
  • 73 lots

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Factsheet

Factsheet Info
Overview
Price
$$: Least expensive units start under $500K.
Resort Type
Near Beach,
Rural
Product Type Available
Lots
Types of Ownership Available
Full-Ownership
Gated
Yes
Nearest Airport
CUN
Distance from Airport
15 minutes
Similar or Competitive Developments
Demographics / Nature of Buyers:
US:
70%
Mexican:
30 %
Cost
Approximate Price per Square Meter
$40.00 (USD)
Approximate Price per Square Foot
$3.72 (USD)
Approximate Maintenance Fee
$1.25 (USD)
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El Rey is located inland along the Cenotes Route, just 11km from Puerto Morelos and the Caribbean Sea. The rustic development is pure jungle filled with chicle trees, exotic birds, insects and howler monkeys.

El Rey offers some of the biggest lots in the area, on which you can build the house of your choosing secluded by the flora and fauna. Water is supplied from wells drilled on the individual lots. The centerpiece of the development is a clubhouse set beside horse stables, a swimming pool and a large polo field that hosts several tournaments a year.

Since El Rey is on non-deedable "ejido" land, there are legal hoops to jump through -- so buyers should hire a Mexican lawyer and be prepared to wade through title ambiguity.

Pros

secluded jungle, near beach. Lots are 5,000-12,000 m2.

Cons

-Builders will have to dig their own well and there are strict covenants for construction.
- electricity currently comes from generators and solar power. It is expected that the government will install standard electricity by the end of 2010.

Onsite Amenities
Amenties
Common-area Pools,
Party Room,
Resort Privileges,
On-site Restaurant(s),
Other Amenities
polo grounds, horse stable
Finishings
Construction and Plans
Estimated Total Number of Units Programmed for Lifetime of Project
73 lots
Area
Local Attractions
About the Developer
About the Architect
About the Builder

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