Edra Blixeth’s Casa Captiva Listed for $12.875 Million

May 9, 2010
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Edra Blixeth's Casa Captiva, Estate of the Day

A few weeks ago, Edra Blixseth’s Rancho Mirage, California compound, Porcupine Creek had hit the market for $75 million. At the present, the Wall Street Journal reports that another bank-controlled property tied to the once well-propertied ex-wife of timber tycoon, Tim Blixseth, and co-founder of the Yellowstone Club is up for sale. The Casa Captiva is a tranquil six-bedroom retreat in Los Cabos, Mexico.

The property features 280 feet of oceanfront and the private cove is situated in the most exclusive and private community of Punta Bella neighboring to Villas Del Mar in Palmilla in the city of San Jose del Cabo.

The property sits on a 10,000 square feet of space with 7,000 square feet of outdoor space there is plenty of room (a good thing for the Blixseths who were collectors). The floors, windows and deck are handcrafted with teak wood and the home has a great room, large kitchen, family room, gym, office, bar and caretaker’s quarters. The master suite is a private space with a den and bedroom in front of the ocean, two dressing rooms, steam room, Jacuzzi tub and a meditation room that opens onto a private garden. The property has an infinity pool and large Jacuzzi and the beach is just a few steps away.

The Casa Captiva is listed for $12.875 million.