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Playa Chacá: Brand new in Progreso

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Playa Chacá is a brand-new affordable paradise located 10 minutes from downtown Progreso, 35 minutes from Mérida and just a stone’s throw from the sea.

The first thing you notice entering the property is that its perimeter fence is a natural Chacá tree, also known as Gumbo Limbo. Mixing modern architecture with a natural environment is what gives Playa Chacá a distinctive air.

playachaca1You can choose between a one-, two- or three-bedroom condo, each with its own private terrace. All units include electric four-burner stove and installations for A/C, satellite or cable TV and internet. Attractive upgrade packages have been well thought-out and are available for a reasonable price.

Playa Chacá’s beautiful pool has an 82 ft.-long swim lane, alongside a palapa, perfect for get togethers with new friends, where you can have a barbecue or party.

Above it all, on the fourth floor, Playa Chacá has an amazing rooftop terrace where the view of the water, and the all the surrounding palm trees, make for a nice place to hang out.

playachaca3Progreso has so much to offer for those who want to make it their new hometown. It has a local market where you can find fresh veggies and fish, and the Malecón is a pleasant street by the sea, full of folklore and color. There are all kinds of outdoor activities, like boating and fishing, so you’ll never get bored.

Contact: Francisco Gutierrez Cetina

Mobile: 999-900-3635

Visit Yucatán Paradise for more details.

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