La Vanguardia at Punta Venecia is an incredible opportunity to create your own surfer’s paradise. Whether as a boutique surf & beachfront community, a remote surf camp away from the masses or as a large beachfront estate with plenty of room to create your own sustainable oasis – La Vanguardia at Punta Venecia is a must-see property for those adventurous spirits!
La Vanguardia at Punta Venecia is located on the last northern beach on the west coast of Nicaragua before the gulf of Fonseca and El Salvador. The beach itself is approximately 27 kilometers in length. The nearest town is Chinandega 1.5 hours south of the property and the international airport in Managua is 4 hours south.
The property is 6.5 acres (6.21 hectares) of privacy with 87 meters (285 feet) of beach frontage. Included in the purchase price with the extensive beachfront land is an exquisitely designed, one bedroom modern home, known as ‘Casa La Vanguardia,’ constructed of a mixture of siding and rendered concrete besser block walls, bamboo floorboards with a white zinc-alum roof. Haiku fans throughout the house, David Tribridge light fittings, Carlos Sanchez dining table, Q design decorative wall screens, handmade designer furniture through-out and a Jenny Jones designer rug add to the ambience of comfort and ease.
Both bathrooms and two outdoor showers are exquisitely fitted with high end finishes, including Mizu 1700 faucets, shower heads, Kohler basins and Kohler soft close toilets. The Mastercraft kitchen has soft close drawers, Mizu 1700 faucets and granite bench tops, Mizu sinks and a large walk-in pantry (gallery) that has a separate sink. A Fisher & Paykel dishwasher and large KitchenAid refrigerator. There is a second refrigerator and standalone freezer in the laundry which also has a 12 litre LG washing machine.
The open plan home, approximately 2,356 sf of interior area, creates an atmosphere of luxury living but has been designed and constructed for a self-sustained existence with electricity connection (240 and 120v), 2 solar systems and backup generator. The extensive roof allows for a rapid collection of 100,000 liters (26,417 gallons) of rainwater. This is filtered and stored in collection tanks feeding into the house through two separate water pump systems. There is a back up well is used for watering gardens and there are separate septic tanks on both bathrooms, two LPG hot-water systems, and grey water systems to feed plants.
Casa La Vanguardia is designed to easily convert into two separate residences with a breeze way in between the bedroom (which could convert into a bedsit with its own kitchen, bathroom, entrance, and porch) and the other area to easily renovated into a one-bedroom house. The two solar systems, two septic systems, two rainwater catchment and filtration systems make this conversion simple.
The property has its own Wi-Fi tower which enables online jobs, zoom chats and all the comforts of being able to stream your entertainment of choice. The tower has a backup solar system which is operated from the caretaker house.
Casa La Vanguardia would be a turnkey arrangement and would include a near new quad bike (4-wheeler) giving access to other surf breaks on high tide.
The undeveloped portion of the property is a mix of native bush, established gardens and an assortment of fruit and nut trees. Raised vegetable garden beds are ready for planting. There is also a caretaker’s house at the east end of the property. The land is fenced with wire mesh around three sides and the beach front has marine cable allowing surf views. The property has a gated beach entrance with gravel driveway and a gated and paved side entrance driveway. There is also a caretaker’s house at the east end of the property.
All surf photos are taken from out the front of Casa La Vanguardia or within a 5km (3 miles) radius of the property. These beach breaks are better than ‘The Boom’ as they can be surfed in low, mid and high tides holding up to 6 feet. Casa La Vanguardia is situated 5 kilometers from the Punta (point) Venecia and the outer surf break Padre Ramos. For the bold, the rocky point break on the northern end, Punta Ñata, offers unlimited potential. More secret spots to be revealed on a sale. These consistent surf breaks at your front door and the natural reserve of Padre Ramos, one of the biggest estuaries in Central America, as your back door will truly give you room to breathe.
The hard work is done and ready for you to seize the opportunity. If you are a pioneer who desires freedom to range, to create a surf camp like no other in Nicaragua, this undeveloped area presents as an incredible, must-see opportunity and one of the last remaining options.