Found on the most southern portion of the Coronado Cays neighborhood, Mardi Gras Village offers an outstanding collection of waterfront Coronado condominiums. A small tranquil beach is what the residents that live along Tuna Puna Lane are privileged to experience every day. With palm tree-lined streets and a well-manicured community, Mardi Gras Village is as relaxing as they come. Be sure to register for a free account so you can receive email alerts whenever a new Mardi Gras Village home (that matches your criteria) is listed in the Coronado MLS.[Provision Error #28.1 - This Showcase IDX website license is currently active in another WordPress install.]
Mardi Gras Village is located immediately south to Port Royale Village. Since it is the southern-most community in the Coronado Cays it offers outstanding views. Homeowners of waterfront condos here experience amazing views of the foothills of Mexico as well as views that stretch across the San Diego Bay. Some Mardi Gras Condo owners enjoy panoramic ocean views with palm trees in the forefront.
Mardi Gras Village is composed of immaculate townhomes as well as superb condos. The majority of properties here are condominiums with a string of townhomes located perfectly along the San Diego Bay. The majority of townhomes offer floor plans that offer a range of 2 to 3 bedrooms as well as bathrooms.
Mardi Gras Village Amenities
The Coronado properties along Tuna Puna Lane all have excellent views of the San Diego Bay. Select townhome residents that live on the 2nd floor have great views of the ocean. All homeowners of the Coronado Cays Neighborhood have access to championship tennis courts, a large park for picnics and other family activities. The Silver Strand State Beach is close by and is ideal for a relaxing stroll along the beach. Also, the Coronado Loew’s Bay Resort is around the corner and is a great place to host out of town guests.
Mardi Gras Village HOA
Homeowners of Mardi Gras Village Coronado Condos and Coronado Townhomes pay no more than $400 per month for homeowner association fees. The fees go to building maintenance, community maintenance, community security, sewer, and trash services.