As you approach the Palm Orchard, the desert landscape of southern Baja changes into farms, gardens, and orchards - an oasis set between the Sierra de la Laguna mountains and the Pacific Ocean. This is the small beachfront farming community of Pescadero. Just off the highway, past the basil, pepper and tomato farms you arrive at the Palm Orchard, a 20 acre private resort on the Pacific Ocean.
The Palm Orchard's master plan preserves the characteristics of the original working orchard. It is a unique next generation resort; small in scale and designed to coexist with the mature palm trees, exotic plants, and natural beachfront. Design elements draw from the imagery of Mexico and emphasize a "barefoot elegance." Sand roads and stone walkways wind through heavily landscaped home site to amenities and a pristine beach.
With a total of 30 lots, the low density development provides privacy within a community. Infrastructure is in place and owners may choose their own architect and builder. Several lots border the quiet beach, others are a short walk to the ocean. This private community has a welcoming vibe.
The Palm Orchard is a place of respite. Sit on the deck, sipping coffee from the local rosters and watch migrating whales in the winter. Watch sunset from San Pedrito Beach. Grill a freshly caught fish in the outdoor kitchen, sit back and relax into a quiet space. Gather with neighbors and friends at the beach for sunset.