Prestige Lake-Mountain View Rental; Ajijic, Mexico

170 Del Manglar, Ajijic, Jalisco 45920, Mexico



Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3.5
Sleeps 4
Per month $2,000
Type: Home
Description of the Ajijic vacation home rental
Architect Designed & Custom Built, with 4,000 +/- square feet of comfort and modern conveniences. A front courtyard with fountain and fruit trees, a large chandeliered foyer, a living room with 23 foot ceilings, a lovely dining area also with chandelier, a chefs granite kitchen, new from ceiling to floor, and a Master Bedroom with it's own private reading patio and ensuite Jacuzzi bath. The first floor terrace facing South is entered from both the dining area and the living room, from which is viewed the solar heated salt water pool, garden, Lake Chapala (the largest lake in Mexico), and the mountains on the other side.
The second floor has one bedroom and an office, all with ensuite baths, and a large den with a Home Theater, a Juliet balcony facing North, a small hide-away balcony facing South. There is a very large upper terrace, with great views, again of the lake and mountains to the South, as well as to the mountains that surround Ajijic to the North, East and West.
To all of this add a two car automatic garage, a water purification system, two phone lines, Magic Jack, U.V. windows, a Rain Bird garden watering system, a pool man and a maid, and you have a formula for...a relaxing pampered holiday rental.

David and Lynda MacMahon

Area Information
Originally, Ajijic was an Indian fishing village quietly nestled at 5200 feet in the mountains on the edge of Mexico's largest lake, Lake Chapala. In the 1950's it had a population of 6,000, comprised of multi-nationals and native Mexicans. Today that figure has grown to 19,000. It is still considered a hospitality haven drawing the adventurous. It's streets are narrow and paved with cobblestones. Most homes and estates are behind stone or brick walls, many with surprisingly spacious grounds. The sounds of the village are everywhere- church bells, horses' hooves, the musical theme of the ice cream man, and of the knife sharpener man, and others. Ajijic continues to retain its Mexican identity, while at the same time catering to tourists and retirees, with hotels, nearby hot springs, a water park, hiking trails, doctors, clinics, a hospital and restaurants galore- more probably than in any other Mexican village of it's size; at last count 39 !
An artists colony in the early 1930s, Ajijic is still full of art galleries and studios. Artists and Artisans offer oil and water color paintings, sculpture in both metal and wood, and silver jewelry. Stimulated by this creative atmosphere, a number of well known writers have lived and worked here. Somerset Maugham finished The Razor's Edge here in the 30s. Tennessee Williams hosted a nightly poker game that inspired a short story which he later expanded into A Street Car Named Desire. Presently the Lakeside Writers Group serves as a venue for budding writers.
From Ajijic a four lane highway leads to cosmopolitan Guadalajara, only 50 minutes away. With a population of 6 million, it has everything one could possibly want; great medical services, opera, the symphony, live theatre, art galleries, street markets, a subway system and the ultimate in high-end shopping, somewhat like Rodeo Drive!
And from Ajijic the Guadalajara International Airport is only 25 minutes away.


Property Rates

Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jan 01 2015 Dec 31 2016 - - - $2,000 1 Month
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 12 a.m.
Deposits: $1000 deposit towards rent $500 refundable security deposit re damages and extra charges
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order
Other Fees: * propane tank will be full on arrival, and on departure please * references required please
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