The natural essence of Tierra Alta will be preserved while its infrastructure will expand in stages as this small community grows. The property is governed by a condominium regime that has ecological rules and operational bylaws.
There will be limits to growth. The large lots required in the development (1,600m2 minimum) support the plan for the property to be ecologically correct and protected.
People will come to Tierra Alta for part or all of the year. Or they will come on weekends and vacations when they most need a complete diversion from their daily lives. People will come to get away from their weather, or from too much work or from too much traffic, stress, headaches, headlines or head colds. Or from too much or not enough family. People will come to Tierra Alta who enjoy the natural world in privacy but who also enjoy meeting people from everywhere. Mexican nationals from Puerto Vallarta or Guadalajara or Mexico City. Americans from California or Manhattan. Canadians from Vancouver or Newfoundland. Most important, they will get to know the residents of El Tuito, who are a very welcoming people. We would not go so far as to predict that Tierra Alta will be “a way of life”, or a “philosophy.” But it is reasonable to expect that there will be a fairly predictable Profile for owners at Tierra Alta.
They will enjoy pristine oak forests rising abruptly from a river valley filled with fragrant orange and lime orchards. Tierra Alta residents will be a little woodsy or at least have woodsy tendencies. They’ll be comfortable outdoors (as long as the weather is perfect). Meaning that they will have a serious love of an exquisite light and airy breeze. Cool in the morning, warm in the afternoons. Some winter evenings will be cool enough for a light sweater and an outdoor fire.
People here will be ready for some degree of solitude. But we also expect there to be a lot of new friendships among the owners.