(now reduced!   50,000 USD)


about 7,532,966 MXN or 472,323 CAD
1 USD = 19.8759 MXN  | 1 USD = 1.2462 CAD

Progreso, YucatánJuan MontalvoNEW INTERN. MALECON
  Bedrooms:  3  Bathrooms:  3.5

Lot|400 m2 (4306 ft2)
Width x Length|10 m x 40 m
Construction|291 m2 (3130 ft2)

 Listing BrochureYPS-02-0001



This truly outstanding, RECENTLY COMPLETELY RESTORED, property in PROGRESO’S BEST OCEANFRONT LOCATION, directly at the NEW INTERNATIONAL MALECON, has it all! It comes with HIGH-QUALITY EQUIPMENT such as a 12-panel solar system, a brand-new whole-home generator, a superbly fully equipped main kitchen, new plumbing and wiring, and the list goes on and on.

Even a SUCCESSFUL RENTAL BUSINESS is already IN PLACE. The main bedroom upstairs is either accessible via a colorful staircase from the front yard or an interior staircase and works as a self-contained casita. It comes with an en-suite bathroom, a nicely decorated and equipped kitchen plus a big terrace with a brand-new palapa roof. The terrace offers absolutely gorgeous ocean views and is the top spot to contemplate the unbelievable intense Yucatecan sunsets. The casita rents right now for $90 USD (about 1,789 MXN or 112 CAD) per night.

Next to the ocean view terrace is the lovely decorated garden with its big pool in the center a likewise great place to spend time. Just imagine yourself taking a nap next to the pool in the shade of a palm tree, enjoying the fresh breeze from the ocean, and having a bath from time to time. Great, isn’t it?

Back in the house, you are going to find downstairs a big living and dining room, the fully equipped main kitchen, two big bedrooms with en suite bathrooms as well as a half bathroom. Especially the bathroom of the master bedroom is worth mentioning. The current owners extended the original construction and transformed it into a spa-like master bath, separated from the bedroom by a custom-made solid wood sliding door. As already mentioned, is the self-contained casita situated on the second floor.

The current owners restored this beautiful property completely in 2019 and paid great attention even to small details. Within its current layout, it is set up to work as a successful hospitality business or an outstanding place to live at the beach. It offers so many positive characteristics that it is difficult to describe all of them here. Therefore, please don’t hesitate to arrange a viewing with us in order to convince yourself of the numerous advantages of this outstanding beachfront property.




•  2 bedrooms with en suite bathrooms downstairs
•  bedroom with en suite bathroom equipped kitchen plus ocean view terrace with brand-new palapa roof as a self-contained casita upstairs (renting for $90 USD per night).
1 half bathroom
Big living room
Dining room
Fully equipped, brand-new, big open kitchen with:
    •  A granite kitchen island
    •  Granite countertops
    •  Big new fridge with ice and water dispenser
    •  Modern six flame gas stove with oven
    •  Solid wood cabinets (custom-made)
    •  Big hood
Big balcony with ocean views
Great low maintenance garden with palm trees
Big pool
Front yard with parking space for one big car
Completely walled and gated


•  Air-conditioners (BR: 12,000 btu | LR: 24,000 btu)
•  A solar system with 12 panels in place
New whole-home generator (NO BLACKOUTS!)
New stationary propane gas tank
Two dry wells to prevent flooding during rain
City water + Well
Water heater
Water tank
Bio septic tank
New pressure pump
New wiring
New plumbing
All new pool pump + brand-new pool equipment
Electric gate
2 modern six flame gas burner stoves
1 Hood
2 refrigerators
Washer and dryer
Great pasta tiles
Brand-new stone feature walls in three rooms
Brand-new palapa roof and tiles around the pool
New custom-made solid wood doors and cabinets


Progreso, or Progreso de Castro as it is also called, is the main port city in Yucatán (México). It was founded in 1872 and built as the port of Mérida and was used primarily for the export of sisal fibers and fishing. The city received its epithet after Juan Miguel de Castro († 1884), the most important political advocate of port construction in the second half of the 19th century. With more than 40.000 residents it is by far the biggest city and the cultural center at the coastline stretching from Chuburna Puerto to San Crisanto, nowadays also called the “Yucatan Riviera”.

Progreso´s famous pier was built in the late 1930s. It is 6.5 kilometers long, making it one of the longest in the world. Today it allows the mooring of large container ships, and, to the delight of the residents and tourists, of large cruise ships.

Just click on the link to check the current cruise schedule to watch the mooring or disembarking of the imposing ocean liners. PROGRESO, CRUISE SHIP SCHEDULE

In addition to its function as a port, Progreso is a very popular destination for tourists and, especially during holidays, for the residents of Mérida. The surrounding beaches are just as popular, as the remarkable Mayan ruins of Dzibilchaltún and Xcambó not far from Progreso. Its hinterland is a paradise for all nature lovers. The huge brackish water lagoon with its extended mangrove forest is home to a spectacular fauna and flora. Next to the majestic pelicans are the elegant flamingos probably the most popular and alligators the rarest species you will find out here.

The town of Progreso provides all basic amenities for a quick refresh of supplies. In addition to that, you are going to find numerous good restaurants and bars in the area, especially at Progreso’s attractive Malecón.

While the hinterland is known for its fairly humid climate, Progreso’s climate is, due to its coastal location, classified as semi-arid. There is little variation in average temperatures although the winter months from December to March are noticeably cooler. Precipitation is scarce throughout the year but is more abundant from June to October. On average, there are about 36 days with measurable rainfall.

Within just an easy 30-minute drive you are directly in the heart of Yucatan’s prospering capital city Mérida. Mérida offers all amenities and the interesting vibrant lifestyle of a modern city. Visit the amazing historical center, dine in fine restaurants, stroll over Paseo Montejo, Mérida’s famous boulevard, enjoy the numerous museums, theaters, and cinemas, immerse deep into the Mayen culture or just go for shopping in one of the great malls. In addition to that, every major North American retailer, like Costco, Walmart, or Home Depot, just to name a few, has at least one great store down here. Of course, you will also find every major food chain in Merida.


•  Cancún Int. Airport347 km (216 mi)3:45 hrs
•  Rio Lagartos240 km (149 mi)2:50 hrs
Valladolid200 km (124 mi)2:15 hrs
Chichen Itza160 km (100 mi)2:00 hrs
Dzibilchaltún25 km (15.5 mi)23 min
Xcambó37 km (23 mi)35 min
Mérida (The Harbor)27 km (17 mi)22 min
Mérida (Centro / Plaza Grande)36 km (22 mi)42 min

And how to get here? With WestJet and many other US and international airlines flying directly to Mérida, reaching your new dream destination has never been as easy as today. Apart from that, Cancun, with its international airport, is always a second option either to come in or to reach every other place around the globe.




Thank you for your interest in our listing! If you have further questions or in case you would like to arrange an appointment to see this fantastic property, please do not hesitate to contact us!   

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