Vista Pacifica has been designed to rigid standards to ensure our clients of lasting value. Along with our development standards our custom homes are each designed per our client’s desires, needs and requirements, along with being sensitive to the natural surroundings of each estate sized lot. Our design process allows you to be as creative as you please to make your new custom home truly one-of-a-kind. With our high standards of construction, our creative team of architects and the Pacific Ocean as your front yard and our mountain up to 1000 feet as your backyard, you have truly found your “Place in the Sun”.
A Durable Investment
All of our homes adhere to a standard that is addressed in our full set of registered CC & R’s (conditions, covenants and restrictions) which assures each of our clients of a durable and long lasting investment, along with the rules of our development. Our building techniques, high quality materials, sensitivity to our natural Pacific Ocean and Natural Dry Forest, our infrastructure, our management team, and our work crew all come together to make Vista Pacifica the natural choice when you are contemplating an investment along the coast of Ecuador.
The Necessary Infrastructure
Of course a home would be just a home without the necessary infrastructure to make it a true investment….and here at Vista Pacifica each home enjoys not only the most breathtaking view that is available of the Pacific Ocean and our mountain…but also private roads, underground electrical, private water storage and delivery system, engineered drainage and a completely gated and guarded area for your security and privacy.
First in Class
Vista Pacifica is situated on approximately 227 acres of natural Dry Forest and most of our lots have a fantastic view of the Pacific Ocean from 35 to over 180 degrees. Our estate sized lots are the lowest priced for a development of this magnitude and quality anywhere along the coast and we welcome your inquiry or visit to see this remarkable first in class residential community that is being built in Ecuador, along the northern coast in the Manabi province.