San Felipe Beach Club® by San Felipe Development Company

In San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico, just two hours south of the USA border and nestled between the Sea of Cortez and the San Felipe Mountains, is Mexico's newest resort community, The San Felipe Beach Club®.  This San Felipe real estate development is designed as a premier seaside community that offers exceptional and affordable retirement and vacation living.

Beachfront and "lots on the golf course" were available at surprisingly affordable prices. This unique community harbors an 18 hole golf course with 900 residential lots, and will be anchored by a Resort Hotel, a Spa and 300 condos with more condos coming soon.

New! 25 Condos have returned to the market and are being offered at pre-development pricing. These will not last long. Learn more...

Due to the overwhelming demand we have had, management is currently planning new beachfront developments. As you can see our projects sell out quickly. If you would like to be among the first notified and have the opportunity to evaluate new projects before the general public, please click here.

San Felipe Beach Club® is being developed by Pat Butler, developer of San Felipe's largest residential and retirement community, El Dorado Ranch. We are fully committed to preserving our environment and have taken exceptional measures to ensure that we continue to develop in the utmost environmentally responsible manner.

At San Felipe Beach Club you can have a private beach out your front door, 10,000 foot mountains out your living room window, and the 18th fairway in your own back yard.

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Warning: The California Department of Real Estate has not examined this offering, including, but not limited to, the condition of title, the status of blanket liens on the project (if any), arrangements to assure project completion, escrow practices, control over project management, racially discriminatory practices (if any), terms, conditions, and price of the offer, control over annual assessments (if any), or the availability of water, services, utilities, or improvements. It may be advisable for you to consult an attorney or other knowledgeable professional who is familiar with real estate and development law in the country where the subdivision is situated.