The living room of Casa Finisterra boasts breathtaking views of the Pacific.
Photo: Scott Frances

A Dazzling Cliffside Dwelling Hits the Market in Mexico

Designed by architect Steven Harris in 2001, this Cabo San Lucas retreat is now available for $10 million

Enchantingly located on a cliffside some 250 feet above the Pacific, this 2001 residence served as a private getaway for songwriters Claire and George David Weiss. Constructed with reinforced concrete and high-strength laminated glass, the Steven Harris–designed refuge features two wings, totaling 7,500 square feet and containing five bedrooms. At the center lies a marvelous desert courtyard: Incorporating boulders found on-site and enlivened by a garden of succulents, this leisurely, convivial space offers a two-story outdoor living room and a cantilevered infinity pool with captivating views of the Baja Peninsula. Price: $10 million.


Steven Harris designed Casa Finisterra in 2001 for songwriters Claire and George David Weiss. Photo: Scott Frances
The five-bedroom home boasts enchanting views over the Pacific. Photo: Scott Frances
Harris designed the home to embody indoor-outdoor living. Photo: Scott Frances
The residence sits on the cliffside 250 feet above the ocean. Photo: Scott Frances
Margie Ruddick designed the desert courtyard. Photo: Scott Frances
The living room features sweeping views. Photo: Scott Frances
The interiors were crafted by Harris’s partner, designer Lucien Rees Roberts. Photo: Scott Frances
The dining room opens onto the courtyard. Photo: Scott Frances
A dazzling play of light and shadow in a corridor. Photo: Scott Frances



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