Did Your Loreto Bay Neighbor Choose a Hot Pink House?

After agonizing on the choice of exterior color for your own Loreto Bay home, aren't you curious to know what color those around you chose?...

After agonizing on the choice of exterior color for your own Loreto Bay home, aren’t you curious to know what color those around you chose?

Wonder no more, here is the Agua Viva Loreto Bay Exterior Color plan!

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P.S. Just so I don’t start any rumours…hot pink was not an exterior color choice.

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  • Penny Davis

    <p>Hi Loni and Clint</p> <p>Hope you are having fun down in Loreto. We've just made flight reservations to go down again.</p> <p>The colours are interesting to see. I noticed a lot of white. I'm curious to know if those are lots that haven't chosen their colours or have not sold.</p> <p>Penny</p>

  • Penny Davis

    Hi Loni and Clint

    Hope you are having fun down in Loreto. We’ve just made flight reservations to go down again.

    The colours are interesting to see. I noticed a lot of white. I’m curious to know if those are lots that haven’t chosen their colours or have not sold.

    Penny

  • Penny Davis

    Hi Loni and Clint

    Hope you are having fun down in Loreto. We’ve just made flight reservations to go down again.

    The colours are interesting to see. I noticed a lot of white. I’m curious to know if those are lots that haven’t chosen their colours or have not sold.

    Penny

  • Penny Davis

    Hi Loni and Clint

    Hope you are having fun down in Loreto. We’ve just made flight reservations to go down again.

    The colours are interesting to see. I noticed a lot of white. I’m curious to know if those are lots that haven’t chosen their colours or have not sold.

    Penny

  • David Veniot

    <p>From an energy saving perspective, especially in the Loreto climate, the best color is white. Darker colors attract heat and will cause your house to be much warmer.</p> <p>Cheers,</p> <p>David Veniot<br /> Former VP for Sustainability</p>

  • David Veniot

    From an energy saving perspective, especially in the Loreto climate, the best color is white. Darker colors attract heat and will cause your house to be much warmer.

    Cheers,

    David Veniot
    Former VP for Sustainability

  • David Veniot

    From an energy saving perspective, especially in the Loreto climate, the best color is white. Darker colors attract heat and will cause your house to be much warmer.

    Cheers,

    David Veniot
    Former VP for Sustainability

  • Loni Kao Stark

    <p>Hi Penny – I don't have definitive answer on the lots without color codes on them. This photo was taken of a map in the property management office.</p> <p>The large cluster of &quot;white&quot; homes where the bat cave is are the new Casita Cortez homes which LB just started sales on. </p> <p>Thanks David for your comments. One of the considerations when we chose our exterior color.</p>

  • Loni Kao Stark

    <p>Hi Penny – I don't have definitive answer on the lots without color codes on them. This photo was taken of a map in the property management office.</p> <p>The large cluster of &quot;white&quot; homes where the bat cave is are the new Casita Cortez homes which LB just started sales on. </p> <p>Thanks David for your comments. One of the considerations when we chose our exterior color.</p>

  • Loni Kao Stark

    Hi Penny – I don’t have definitive answer on the lots without color codes on them. This photo was taken of a map in the property management office.

    The large cluster of “white” homes where the bat cave is are the new Casita Cortez homes which LB just started sales on.

    Thanks David for your comments. One of the considerations when we chose our exterior color.

  • Loni Kao Stark

    Hi Penny – I don’t have definitive answer on the lots without color codes on them. This photo was taken of a map in the property management office.

    The large cluster of “white” homes where the bat cave is are the new Casita Cortez homes which LB just started sales on.

    Thanks David for your comments. One of the considerations when we chose our exterior color.

  • Loni Kao Stark

    Hi Penny – I don’t have definitive answer on the lots without color codes on them. This photo was taken of a map in the property management office.

    The large cluster of “white” homes where the bat cave is are the new Casita Cortez homes which LB just started sales on.

    Thanks David for your comments. One of the considerations when we chose our exterior color.