13 Acres Lot in Mascota Jalisco Moscota ( Jalisco, MX - 46900) Land Only


Boardwalk Realty

Daniel Alvarez Daniel Alvarez 626-474-4500 (Office) 322-244-0690 (Cell) Request More Info

  • Type: Lots and Land
  • Style: Single Story
  • Development Level: Land Only
  • Lot Size: 13.44 acres


GREAT FOR A DEVELOPMENT, A RETREAT OR EVEN A RANCH! This lot is over 13.44 acresof flat land surrounded by Mountains. In the MAGIC TOWN OF MASCOTA JALISCO.
10 thousand feet away from Mascota LAKE, this lot has access from the highway that connects with SAN SEBASTIAN DEL OESTE and a couple of hours from PUERTO VALLARTA.
Electricity and water are available.

Mascota is a region with BEAUTIFUL PANORAMAS of the WESTERN SIERRA MADRE, with VALLEYS, MOUNTAINS, FOREST, and RIVERS. The locals are kind, happy, and very proud of their history.
It's a small town that invites you to lay back and relax. Old-fashion cobblestone streets flanked by colonial-style houses.
The WEATHER here is AMAZING the average is 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

The name itself is not from the Spanish language (where it would be translated as "pet"), rather from Teco, "Amaxacotlán Mazacotla", that means, "THE PLACE OF DEERS AND SNAKES".
The population is 8,215 inhabitants, is located in the NW of Jalisco State, at approximately 1200 meters over sea level, strategically located between Guadalajara (at 120 miles http://goo.gl/maps/bYLFa), capital of the state, and Puerto Vallarta (60 miles away), one of the most famous tourist destinations in the country.

It's a small town that invites you to lay back and relax. Old-fashion cobblestone streets flanked by colonial-style houses.

Don't forget to enjoy the local food and delicacies, on a fresh afternoon or in the morning ask for a "café de olla", eat some home-made cookies and purchase some of the many local sweets, stuffed guayabas, sour guayabita, camote sweets, mango skins and more. Another option, for adults, includes different types of "rompopes", which is like an eggnog, variants include vanilla, chestnut, or the season fruits and berries, for people that enjoy something with more kick, what about a close encounter with a shot of Raicilla?
Locals and tourists alike enjoy hiking, horseback riding, kayak or boat tours, rappelling, rock climbing, and fishing in the lagoons.
The petrified field at El Malpaís is located a mile northeast of Mascota, it is said that during a day of strong volcanic activity the whole place was covered with ashes and lava. There is a legend that states that people have found an orchard fruit in the middle of the fields, they'd eat some of the fruit, and later when they'd try to find the place again, they couldn't.
The town of Juanacatlan has a great little lake called Laguna de Juanacatlan (laguna: lagoon, lake, pond) some 8 miles northeast of Mascota, it's surrounded by forests and hills, the lake itself is actually the crater of a dead volcano (quite interesting, no?). It's a great place to fish, a location where you feel time stands still. The lake itself covers a total of 24 hectares and the panorama is beautiful. While you drive to the location, you'll go through beautiful forests with a wide variety of conifers.

While you are in Mascota take a stroll to the Casa de la Cultura and visit the local Archaeological Museum. Many petroglyphs have been found around Mascota, like those in archaeological sites at El Pantano, El Ocotillo, Santa Rita, El Refugio, and Mesa Colorada.
Another unique visit in Mascota is the Rock Museum El Pedregal (El Museo de Piedra El Pedregal), what makes it unique is that everything inside it is made of and decorated with rocks of all sizes, color, and shapes (Calle Morelos 64).




  • Hills
  • Mountain View
  • Panoramic
  • Valley
  • Woods

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Information is deemed to be correct but not guaranteed.