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Villa Milagro also known as ‘House of Miracles’ is one of the most luxurious properties in Playa Troncones, Mexico. One of the features which makes this villa special is that we offer full meal and bar service throughout the day. Villa Milagro is unique in Troncones, operating as a small boutique hotel. Suites have magnificent views, facing directly to the beach creating a structure which is in harmony with humanity and its environment, a philosophy we call organic architecture. Sitting solo on a secluded beachfront cove, we are a fully enclosed paradise that is as serene as it is secure as we have staff that can stay onsite if you desire. The Villa consists of three spacious buildings with thatched roofs created from palm fronds by local craftsmen mixing durability and artistry, open to the Pacific Ocean with five private rooms and a capacity for up to thirteen guests. Troncones is known for its healing energy, attracting artists and creative people for generations. Scenic vistas include the ever-changing sea, acres of untouched tropical landscapes and the Sierra Madre del Sur Mountains. Gentle waves offer the ultimate backdrop to meditate or lullaby into a perfect night’s sleep. The pristine beaches help create an environment where individuals can integrate their mind, body, and spirit.

Villa Milagro is only a thirty minute drive from Zihuatanejo-Ixtapa International Airport or a 45 minute plane ride from Mexico City. Troncones is a gem of the Pacific, voted by Sunset Magazine as a hidden paradise. Created by local artisans and craftsmen in an eco-friendly style, this estate is exclusively located on a pristine cove, private with panoramic views of the ocean and mountains and is known as “Lover’s Beach” by locals. Have you ever fantasized hearing the ocean while being protected from the elements with mosquito nets? Villa Milagro is truly romantic and sensual…. It is directly south of the homes, restaurants and activities of the quaint village of Troncones, yet only a ten minute walk from the center of town. Troncones Bay just happens to be a sanctuary established by the Mexican government to protect sea turtles that lay their eggs along these magnificent white sandy beaches. At the right time of season, you might be fortunate enough to witness the birth of these turtles and watch hundreds of baby turtles moving toward life and the sea.

A mere fifty feet south of the Villa’s beach entrance lays a pristine and rock free ocean, perfect for swimming, boogie boarding, or surfing. The water temperature averages a very inviting temperature of 77 Fahrenheit or warmer. Adjacent to the beach where Villa Milagro is situated is a tranquil tide pool area and a five minute, bucolic walk leads to a private snorkeling beach. Take a plunge into the beautiful infinity pool to cool off from the heat or lay in the warm rays of the sun to work on your tan while watching flocks of pelicans delight the eye in wondrous movement and dance. As this Mexican vacation destination lies close to a rain forest, walking or hiking in the woods is a must!  If your inclination is for a more active experience, you can horseback ride, take an eco-tour, snorkel, do yoga, surf, swim, fish and then have a massage. If nightlife is your penchant the communities of Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo is within a stone’s throw and offers great shopping and exquisite restaurants.

The owners of this magnificent property lived in Japan for close to six years and have built a sanctuary by the sea with an infusion of Japanese architecture and Mexican influence, while paying tribute and respect to the unbelievably natural beauty in which one is surrounded. In every nook and cranny, one can find examples of their appreciation for Asian aesthetic. This Zen like environment adds to the inner quietude which can be easily achieved away from the hustle and bustle of city life and stress. One is able to leisurely walk along a three and a half mile white sandy beach to local restaurants, yoga and or meditation facilities and not be disturbed by anything more engaging than a few surfers, fellow joggers and the sweet sound of the ocean waves lightly tapping on the beaches. The environment has been created so that it can be transformed from an intimate romantic hideaway for two to a facility to house family retreats, weddings and workshops.

Architecture

The villa sits on two ocean front lots with ocean and mountain views from every vantage point and there’s a nearly rock free ocean access in front of the villa.

The architect, Karina and her husband Gustavo worked in balance and harmony with each other and nature. Her female appreciation for practical and utilizability of space balances his sense of expansion and creativity creating an environment whose natural wonder and beauty permeate every breadth. The architecture extends the meaning of transparency and fluidity with few walls and windows, inside becomes outside and outside becomes inside, while protecting privacy in organic natural wonder.

There are few walls and no windows and privacy is attained through the simplicity of gardens and pathways leading to sand, beach and ocean. Adding to the artistic vision of their clients is interior designer from Los Angeles, Brandon Hoskins, ”When my client, a psychologist, asked me to work with her on a house in Mexico, that had no exterior walls, windows or doors, I thought she was on the wrong side of the couch. But, the challenge of designing Villa Milagro and the beauty and simplicity of Troncones had me spellbound and once I saw the house, I was hooked”.

Design

The common area for dining and socializing is the heart of the home. It is surrounded by an infinity swimming pool and decks. You’d be hard pressed to find a more perfect place to watch the sun go down than from the infinity pool. It really gives you the sense that you are looking from the pool to the ocean in one magnificent sweep of water. There’s also a hot tub to soak away the day’s activities! At all times one is in close proximity to the sight, sound and smell of the ocean. Dolphins, birds and other natural water, land and air creatures, including local cows and burrows will delight your every sense.

The common area for dining and socializing is the heart of the home. It is surrounded by an infinity swimming pool and decks. You’d be hard pressed to find a more perfect place to watch the sun go down than from the infinity pool. It really gives you the sense that you are looking from the pool to the ocean in one magnificent sweep of water. There’s also a hot tub to soak away the day’s activities! At all times one is in close proximity to the sight, sound and smell of the ocean. Dolphins, birds and other natural water, land and air creatures, including local cows and burrows will delight your every sense.

The dining area has an eight foot hand crafted table and ten comfortable chairs for dining and socializing. A studio alongside of the dining area offers a place to curl up with your favorite book or person and or watch your favorite movie. An additional dining terrace has a six foot table and two benches for dining al fresco or playing games.

Wall hangings and sculpture acquired in Asia, hang on walls of bedrooms. Appreciation for folk art, both Japanese and Mexican are blended into all aspects of this space. Dining room chairs, inspired by traditional Mexican design are comfortable but have been handcrafted out of teak, maintaining the comfort of tradition while improving upon the elegance of detail. On the one hand, appreciating the need for serenity, quietude and private space to meditate, reflect and read, while on the other hand appreciating the pleasure of comfortable space to be with others, this home has it all with both little private corners to hide and open communal spaces to connect.

From the moment one enters this special space one is immediately touched by the beauty that surrounds you. This is the perfect home for talking, playing, socializing, relaxing, pleasurable joyful lounging, eating and maybe even a little romance for you, your family and your friends.


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