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  • Website: www.wynndcorp.com Email: DWynn@WynnDCorp.com Fax: 775-743-6984 1780 Setzer Cove Road, Maggie Valley, NC 28751 Professional Affiliations: National Association Realtors – North Carolina Association Realtors Haywood County Board of Realtors – Haywood County MLS – Resort & Recreational Specialist Worldwide Recreation & Resort Sales Council – Real Estate Cyberspace Society – ICI World

    WynnDcorp Realty Email: DWynn@WynnDcorp.com Phone: 828-926-5060

    Property Presentation WynnDcorp Realty

    PO Box 461, Maggie Valley, NC – USA 28751 Fax; 1-775-743-6984 – Phone; 1-828-926-5060

    Contact: David F. Wynn, Broker, RRS, RECS hotelbroker@wynndcorp.com

    Rancho la Pitaya Spa Resort

    Mexico’s Central Highlands & comfortable year round climate

    Classification: Hotel, Spa, Resort and Residential Development Rancho la Pitaya is reported to be one of the world’s five largest spa resorts, and in the land of opportunity.

    mailto:hotelbroker@wynndcorp.com

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    Website: www.wynndcorp.com Email: DWynn@WynnDCorp.com

    Location: Guanajuato, Mexico – Highlands of Central Mexico and approximate 2 hours driving from Mexico City, Leon and Guanajuato. Queretaro, Mexico City, Leon and Guanjuato each have international airports. MEXICO, the land of opportunity! Price: $15.9 m USD Terms: Cash, seller financing may be negotiated with qualified buyers

    Ancient antiques abound throughout One Business center conference room

    Personal property: Sells fully furnished, in operation and turnkey.

    Comments regarding personal property; Antiques and art abound. Value in that alone is substantial. This includes a private wine cellar fully stocked. We are told some contents have been there for many years. The only vehicle or large construction item is one truck. Exceptions to personal property included;

    1) Excluded are up to, but no more then six pieces of antiques or artworks which are special family heirlooms. 2) Re-sale inventory; food, beverages and boutique stock. Buyer and Seller to take inventory before closing and buyer to pay at cost.

    Land Area: 79.89 +/- acres total.

    Model overview of Rancho la Pitaya and development --- street views and entrance to one development area

    NOTE; ACREAGE INCLUDES SOME LOTS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE. Residential development area; 68.87 +/- acres Current Improvements encompass 10.2 +/- acres Land / Property is fully enclosed with stone wall. Unique and Rare Investment Opportunity:

    Rare because the residential development offers the potential for the buyer to fully recover their purchase cost investment within a few years from the sale of lots. Unique because this is far more then a hotel and spa resort. Where else in the world is there a spa resort that in addition to lodging, dining and spa is also included?

    Fax: 775-743-6984 1780 Setzer Cove Road, Maggie Valley, NC 28751 Professional Affiliations: National Association Realtors – North Carolina Association Realtors Haywood County Board of Realtors – Haywood County MLS – Resort & Recreational Specialist Worldwide Recreation & Resort Sales Council – Real Estate Cyberspace Society – ICI World

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    Website: www.wynndcorp.com Email: DWynn@WynnDCorp.com

    Equestrian club with 100 stables, restaurant / grills, bar, covered grand stands for 300 persons and exhibition area for 500 people. Rodeo and Bull Fighting Arena with restaurant, bar, etc., fully equipped to accommodate up to 120 persons. Business / Convention Center was originally a Governor’s personal residence and estate. Residential development

    Rancho la Pitaya links:

    http://www.rancholapitaya.com/englishindex.html http://www.rancholapitaya.com/ http://www.rancholapitaya.com/restaurante.html http://www.rancholapitaya.com/spa.html

    Exterior views of Spa

    DISCLOSURE; Information contained herein has been provided by the sellers and sources we consider reliable. It is believed and deemed to be accurate and correct. However it is not guaranteed by WynnDcorp Realty or our associates for errors, omissions, prior sale, and withdrawal from the market or changes, including price. Buyers are always advised to consult with appropriate counsel and to verify all information in their own way as may be applicable. Infrastructure;

    Electricity: The owners and creators of Rancho la Pitaya had constructed the electric power lines for electrical source from Queretara to the ranch. That has since been dedicated to the Government and they are responsible for maintenance and upkeep. Phone: Two hundred phone lines are authorized for Rancho la Pitaya from TexMex Cell phone is provided by Nex-Tel. Water: Three deep wells provide water source. Two fresh cold water wells are 70 and 60 meters deep. One hot water deep well is 40 meters deep. Sewage: Sewage is handled with septic tanks.

    Links to websites regarding Mexico; http://www.sitesatlas.com/Maps/Maps/302c.htm (Map & more) http://cee45q.stanford.edu/2003/briefing_book/mexico.html (Facts) http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/mx.html (Facts) http://www.escapeartist.com/mexico/mexico.htm (Good Information) http://pw1.netcom.com/~wandaron/geog.html (Geography Info)

    http://www.nationalgeographic.com/mexico/index.html

    Fax: 775-743-6984 1780 Setzer Cove Road, Maggie Valley, NC 28751 Professional Affiliations: National Association Realtors – North Carolina Association Realtors Haywood County Board of Realtors – Haywood County MLS – Resort & Recreational Specialist Worldwide Recreation & Resort Sales Council – Real Estate Cyberspace Society – ICI World

    http://www.rancholapitaya.com/englishindex.html http://www.rancholapitaya.com/ http://www.rancholapitaya.com/restaurante.html http://www.rancholapitaya.com/spa.html http://www.sitesatlas.com/Maps/Maps/302c.htm http://cee45q.stanford.edu/2003/briefing_book/mexico.html http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/mx.html http://www.escapeartist.com/mexico/mexico.htm http://pw1.netcom.com/~wandaron/geog.html http://www.nationalgeographic.com/mexico/index.html

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    Website: www.wynndcorp.com Email: DWynn@WynnDCorp.com

    http://www.nationalgeographic.com/mexico/learn/age01.html http://gorp.away.com/gorp/location/latamer/mexico/pks_intr.htm (Parks, etc.) http://www.nationalgeographic.com/mexico/a011.html (Mexico City) http://www.jazzcornertalk.com/speakeasy/printthread.php?t=8014 http://www.barefootsworld.net/goldwing3.html http://www.geographia.com/mexico/explorations.htm

    The surrounding and nearby Areas in general:

    Map of Central Mexico link; http://www.sitesatlas.com/Maps/Maps/302c.htm

    The Central Highlands/Volcanic Highlands - where many complex Indian cultures developed including Tenochtitlan/Mexico City; valley; spectacular beauty; snow-capped mountains to over 17,000', forests, lakes; includes all or part states of Puebla, Tlaxcala, Hidalgo, Queretara, Guanajuanto, Morelos, Mexico, Michoacan, Jalisco, and Federal District; earthquakes common; most important river headwaters (Lerma-Santiago, Balsas, Panuco); varied climate & vegetation; western rim of Sierra Madre Occidental, most famous canyon Barranca de Cobre; mountains important to survival of a few Indians (Tarahumara, Tepehuan, Huichol, and Cora); fishing important and small animals, agricultural land relatively scarce, Indians build "chinampas" or "raft gardens; includes three areas:

    "Tierra Cliente" - eastern hot country, tropical 60-80 inches rain/year, humid, forests and savannas "Tierra Templada" - temperate country up to 5-6000 ' elevation along eastern edge of Volcanic Axis, 60-80 inches rain/year to 200 inches in cloud forests "Tierra Fria" - north of "Tierra Templada," cold country to 12-13,000'; great variations in rain, temperatures, vegetation.

    Mexico City & the Central Highlands:

    As if not wishing to leave any doubt as to where the nation's capital is, the District Federal has become the world's second largest city (just to be sure). Mexicans affectionately refer to it simply as DF, "De Efe," and one in ten Mexicans live there. It was built literally on top of the old Aztec capital, Tenoctitlan. It is one the most important cultural centers in the hemisphere, awash in cathedrals, museums, monuments, markets, art galleries, parks, squares, and more. Doesn’t, how- ever, be intimidated by its size: many of the attractions reside in the Old City? Surrounding Mexico City are the Central Highlands, six states teeming with colonial splendor: Guanajuato, Queretaro, Aguascalientes, Zacatecas, San LuisPotosi, and Michoacan. Many of the larger highland cities, such as Guanajuato, are beautifully set into the mountains like elaborate colonial inlays.

    Queretara: Rancho la Pitaya is only a short few minutes drive to Queretara.

    A beautiful city of nearly one million friendly people and steeped in history. A walk in city center one is impressed with cleanliness, safety, friendly but not aggressiv