Completed in 2005, Casa Sofia is a gracious & luxurious two-story, three-bedroom house. When you enter Casa Sofia, you will be struck by the views. The whole house opens onto a huge patio overlooking Sayulita bay. Unique to Casa Sofia are the expansive, Catalan-style vaulted ceilings over the living room, kitchen, and bedroom of the top floor, built by craftsmen brought in from central Mexico.
Casa Sofia’s top floor is comprised of the house’s large, fully-equipped main kitchen, two dining-rooms (one inside and one under a huge palapa on the patio for al fresco dining), a living-room with two couches, a sun patio, and a one bedroom/bathroom suite with a king-sized bed. The two built-in couches in the living room can accommodation two additional guests.
Through two huge French doors, the whole of the top floor opens on to the patio and view of the ocean, which can be seen from all the rooms. Through an internal staircase, you enter Casa Sofia’s lower level, where there are two bedroom/full bathroom suites (each with king-sized beds), a small kitchen/dining area, and a huge covered patio with a couch, chairs, dining table – and views of the ocean. It is virtually a two-bedroom house of it’s own on one floor.
Casa Sofia will allow you to accommodate your large group or family under one roof while providing the maximum in space, privacy, and comfort.
Guest of Casa Sofia will have access to our shared pool.
Interaction with guests
Martha and Martin Flores are our housekeepers and property managers at Casa Higuera/Casa Sofia. Their office and laundry-room is on the north side of the property. They are there from 8:30am – 1pm, Monday through Saturday.
Martha has been with us since the beginning, and is much beloved by our repeat clients. Her background before raising Yamara and Martincito was in teaching. In addition to working for us, her husband Martin is a skilled iron-worker; the wrought-iron security bars over some of our windows were made by his hands. Their daughter Yamara began college this year and is pursuing her degree in architecture. Martincito is in prepartoria (high school) in Puerto Vallarta and thinks of nothing but soccer.
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Aaron has been coming to Sayulita since he was in diapers – accompanied, that is, by his parents, who were among the first handful of Americans to come to Sayulita circa 1970. Aaron’s professional background was in non-profit community development, but now runs Casa Higuera/Casa Sofia while making documentary films in NYC. He has made two films about Mexico, the Emmy-nominated CIRCO and the Cinema Eye Honors-award winning LA LAGUNA.