Edgard's property is absolutely breathtaking- reality somehow surpasses the photos. No, the price is not too good to be true. The compound features a few villas in addition to this house. The other villas are clumped on the other end of the lush compound, and we only noticed other guests once while parking.
All bedrooms are spacious and private with full en suite bathrooms. All but 1 bedroom has air conditioning. All rooms have ceiling fans and portable fans. I'm usually a hot sleeper but I stayed in the non-AC room and was fine using the fan (no direct morning sun in November helped). 2 bedrooms have private balconies overlooking the cliffs, while the other 2 open onto shared pool deck. Pool-adjacent living room has AC and a large L-shaped daybed that could sleep 1 adult or 2 kids (doesn't have mosquito net, but not sure you'd need it; doesn't have linens or pillows but I bet Edgar could provide).
Friendly staff is available around-the-clock. While they don't speak English, there are very patient while you (Hidden by Airbnb) translate. We enjoyed the chef on our first night (ceviche, guac, sauteed shrimp- yum).
Yes, there is wildlife. In 4 nights we encountered non-biting ants, geckos on the ceiling, and 2 scorpions. If you've traveled anywhere tropical and stayed anywhere other than a Four Seasons, then you know what to expect. Our group of 7 amassed less than 10 mosquito bites total. Beds have mosquito nets. A friendly dog strolled in one afternoon and laid on the kitchen floor for a few hours before trotting off- likely, given how many dogs wander around town collar-less, a neighbor's.
Property is well-appointed for cooking and also includes yoga mats, beach umbrellas (unnecessary because beaches here all have palapa/"sumbrillo" rental with chairs), and beach towels. Property does not have a filtered water tap, but does have jugs of purified water. We washed dishes with soap + tap water and didn't have stomach issues.
While technically possibly to get around with taxis, I'd recommend renting an SUV or pickup. Not only is the driveway challenging in a compact car, but the highway from Puerto Escondido has endless speed bumps that will scrape your underside no matter how slow you go. All SUVs I inquired about were manual transmission. We used U-Car, who provided pickup + dropoff from Puerto Escondido airport.
Cell service is very spotty in this area so download/print maps ahead of time. Wifi was consistent in living room and by the pool (I took Zoom calls and downloaded design files without issue), but inconsistent in bedrooms. I rented a hotspot from TravelWifi and it couldn't connect.
The property is near silent, with the exception of crashing waves and the occasional grackle.
We felt very safe- the property is located at the end of pockmarked dirt road, with one neighbor nearby who runs the local boat tours, and a university at the top of the hill. Puerto Angel is a humble beach-side community- if you're looking for Cancun, then...go to Cancun haha
Because the driveway is a bit challenging, we usually stayed out for the entire day. Zipolite is <15min drive away (check out A Nice Place By the Beach for lunch, sunset at Playa Amor, and dinner at El Alquimista or Piedra Del Fuego). Mazunte is another 10min past Zipolite (the guide mentions a whirpool near Playa Cometa- it's very tough to find and very tough to climb down to, but worth it for the adventurous, here's my how-to: https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g658264-d1537190-r818073129-Punta_Cometa-Mazunte_Southern_Mexico.html). If you want to stay closer to home, Playa Panteon is a 15min walk via harrowing-ly steep street.