Named after an all-powerful deity of the original inhabitants of Southernmost Baja California, Casa Niparaya creates an uncommon mold for anyone fortunate enough to take possession of this striking home. Architectural wooden beams, textured concrete walls and over-sized marble slabs melt with just enough natural stone and tile to jolt the visitor back into the reality that they are still, in fact, in Mexico.
While the raw numbers of 5,628 square feet, and 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms spread over a thoughtful palate of indoor/outdoor living are impressive, it is truly the design, conception, materials, and unexampled location that make Casa Niparaya unique and far different from any other home ownership opportunity in Cabo, especially as a newer build. No other home in Los Cabos has been built with equal thought, care, and integrity.
Casa Niparaya uses wide open spaces and a sequence of modern features and custom furniture that breeze through accomplished landscaping and bespoke outdoor lighting that blurs to the community of Querencia, as it boldly sets the canvas for the home.
Querencia itself provides an 1,800 acre of cherished land that connects the arid wildflowers of the Southern Baja desert with the crashing surf of the Sea of Cortez. A 58,000 square-foot 5-star clubhouse has established itself above and beyond similar communities, and provides the stepping-off point for a Tom Fazio designed golf experience and an array of amenities. A yoga pavilion, state-of-the-art fitness center, fine dining, business services, kids and teen facilities and a stunning collection of pools and jacuzzis, complete the community’s focal point. The newest addition to Querencia is a beach club featuring casual dining, a fire pit, and private cabanas that sit on a perfect and lonely Sea of Cortez cove.
This property remains a fitting tribute to the Pericú, an ancient culture who believed in an all-powerful master named Niparaya, creator of heaven and earth.