Community Spotlight: La Huerta

April 1, 2017

 

La Huerta, which is also known as The Orchard Garden due to the many fruit trees that were planted during development, features immaculate tree lined streets, low monthly fees, and utter tranquility in an adult community of only 35 homes. La Huerta is situated on the western edge of Ajijic in the area called Tio Domingo. Close enough to walk to the village, and yet you are far enough away to avoid the village noise! It is an easy walk to superb restaurants, the Tuesday organic market, a general store, an authentic french pastry shop and and the newly established brew house featuring a dozen on-site home brewed beers and excellent food.

 

 

The common areas are beautifully landscaped and the winding interlock brick streets are great for that early morning power walk - or a leisurely evening stroll. Back yards are separated with screening that is overgrown with vines and hedges. The gardens are surrounded by lush vegetation and are private. The majority of the homes in La Huerta were built by well-known developer, Jaime Hernandez who has developed many communities in Guadalajara and area.

 

 

For more information on this community or any others in the Lake Chapala area, please contact me through this website or Facebook page “Retire in Lake Chapala”.

 

HOA Fees: 8500 pesos annually ($425 USD approx)

Fees Include: Common Maintenance, Exterior maintenance, Garbage, Street Lighting, Security

Price Range of Home Prices 200,000-300,000

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