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A Beautiful Thing is Growing

For the past few months a beautiful thing has been growing on an attractive beachfront property in our favorite Pacific oceanfront community in Nicaragua. It was growing slowly at first – but now it’s impressive size is attracting quite a bit of attention.

It came to life one day in September of 2012 when a group of partners in a small corporation met on a beautiful beachfront lot with some shovels and planted a memorable seed. It was the seed of a wonderful opportunity – an opportunity for the community to embark on a path to greater prosperity through employment and an opportunity for a fortunate family – just like yours – to begin a new and unforgettable chapter in their lives.

On that day we broke ground on the spot where a beautiful, state-of-the-art  home would arise from the fertile mind and talents of one of the country’s leading architects, Mr. Boris Guevara.  Joining with the equally impressive abilities of our California-trained and experienced builder, Mr. Marlon Barrera and his assistant, the diligent and talented Mr. Octavio Delgadillo, this journey began. Mr. Barrera is well-known for his renovations of impressive architectural landmarks in the city of Leon, as well as his contemporary housing projects. In fact, not only has Mr. Barrera restored the city’s most impressive hotel, he has built one of his own in Leon.

Under the watchful eyes and with the full impact of the talents of these men and the best of Nicaragua’s skillful workers a beautiful home is rising on an attractive property on the best beach on the Pacific coast of Nicaragua.
Nicaraguan Riviera Show Home
From the specially raised foundation with a breathtaking ocean view, to the lifetime roof of hand-made ceramic tiles, this home will epitomize all that its fortunate future owner could have dreamed of. The services, facilities and amenities will be the best available, incorporating all the most modern features – including internet access and the full range of US and local television programming for it’s wall-mounted flat-screen TVs.

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