Community Spotlight - Los Sabinos
Updated: Oct 13, 2022
Los Sabinos is located in West Ajijic, just a few minutes drive to the village. Most homes do not offer views with the exception of a few located on the highest street.
Los Sabinos is a medium sized community of 68 homes along seven streets and no empty lots remaining for development. It is popular for snowbird vacationers as well as for permanent residents. Rental prices in Los Sabinos are around $1000-1400 per month for a one year lease.
West Ajijic now features many great restaurants. Grocery stores, the Costco store, La Huerta Grocery Market, carnicaria, pescadaria and the Tuesday Organic market are all within easy walking distance. A new Panchos Deli Market is currently being built 5 minutes walk away.
If you are looking for reasonably priced homes in a gated community outside of the village, with excellent common facilities and close to all amenities, then this might be for you!
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Average Price Range: $250,000 – 400,000
Average Lot Size: 414 square meters (4456 square feet)
Average Construction Size: 208 square meters (2239 square feet)
HOA: approx. 26000-36000 pesos ($1300-1800 USD) annually
Included is: street lighting and common maintenance, garbage pickup, security.
Note: There is a maximum 2 dog HOA policy.
Video of Los Sabinos:
Properties Available for Sale:
There are no homes currently available for sale at this time.
Examples of previous homes sold in 2021:
$287,000 2B/2B 202 construction ; 260 lot
$365,000 3B/2B 240 construction ; 498 lot
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