Boulder Cove is a private and remote retreat in an idyllic and peaceful setting nestled on the shore of the Sea of Cortez, Baja, Mexico. So impressed was the world renowned oceanographer Jacques Cousteau, with this location when he visited, that he named it “the world’s aquarium” due to the richness and diversity of the sea life he found here. The property consists of 114.6 natural acres that afford plenty of privacy.
Dramatic mountains are the backdrop and views across the sea are to the uninhabited Islands of Cerralvo and Espirtu Santo. This unique property is an oasis in the desert with over 200 palm trees, lawn, three vegetable gardens and swimming pool. With over three hundred days a year of sunshine, fish, dolphins, manta rays and whales on your doorstep, this is an ideal property for nature lovers and outdoors enthusiasts alike to enjoy hiking, swimming, snorkeling, fishing, paddle boarding, kite surfing and a myriad of other options. Baja California has a unique light prized by photographers and artists alike. Nights are clear and star filled with zero light pollution.
The 7000 square foot three bedroom home sits upon a small bluff perched over a secluded, picture perfect, cove, where the two guest houses are situated. There are ten buildings in total on site including garages, boat storage, carpenter workshop and housing for the staff. This luxurious estate is completely self-sufficient with an efficient solar and desalinization system.
Marketed by Los Cabos Sotheby's International Realty