200,000 - VILLA CIELODULCE - CENTRAL PACIFIC COAST
Location: Manuel Antonio, Central Pacific Coast, Lot-size: 2,300 m2 (24757 sq.ft.), Construction area: aprox 680 m2 (7317 sq.ft) - Covered space: approx. 4300 sq.ft. / 400 m2, Covered balconies + terraces: approx. 1830 sq.ft. / 170 m2, Upper balcony, roof-top and pool decks: approx. 1184 sq.ft. / 110 m2, 7 levels with a height difference of altogether: 35 ft. / 10.7 m - Bedrooms: 3 (3+ bedrooms suites w/AC), Bathrooms: 4 (amazing bathrooms, all with spectacular vistas), 2 kitchens (main kitchen features new VIKING and SS - BBQ), Custom halogen lighting throughout (low voltage). Sale price: $1,200,000 (reduced from $1,900,000)
1. Villa CieloDulce including pool property = 2300 m2 = $1,200,000
Perched on a steep tropical hill-side above the Pacific Ocean, just minutes north of famous Manuel Antonio National Park, this stunning architectural gem showcases an inspired modern spin on Jungle Geometry. The Villa's spine - 2 immense almond beams - is supported by a double row of massive columns that march through the tri-level "great room" to a panoramic window-wall, marking the increase in ceiling height from 14 - 24 feet, as the space steps down. From the entrance porch, strikingly sculptured stairs either levitate to a lofty mezzanine and further up to the master suite and sun-deck above, or widen as they flow down to the kitchen/dining level and the living room below - always inviting to double as seating. The vast floor-to-ceiling glass facade opens to a water-edged living terrace shaded by 3 smartly suspended sails, while high cedar doors attend the side-wing-suite on the right side of the living room level.
CieloDulce was designed to be in tune with its tropical landscape - open to the sea breezes, the scent of ylang ylang trees and the ever-changing light of its rainforest environment. Rooms extend onto expansive balconies, patios and hammock-strung terraces, while the magnificent teak-decked infinity pool is carved into the hillside and embedded in lush tropical vegetation - shimmering sea views from everywhere >>> Extreme Comfort Zones ! White walls and sand-colored polished cement floors are offset by playful splashes of color - sun-drenched orange, reds and fuchsia - black concrete kitchen counters and richly grained native woods. A haven completely calm and serene contrasting the abundance of the jungle’s greenery - boldly simple in its furnishings and always sophisticated in its fusion of honest materials and textures - concrete, steel, glass, slate, flagstone and plenty of local hard-woods. Minimal in decor and yet rich in space, light, ideas and imagination.
Floor plan of Villa CieloDulce
Lower level: bedroom, bathroom and deck.
Main level: entrance patio, lobby, visitor’s bathroom, kitchen, dining room, living room, deck, pool and guest suite with kitchen and bathroom.
Mezzanine level: mezzanine covered area and hammock terrace.
Roof level: roof deck, bedroom, bathroom.
COSTA RICA, Called "Switzerland of the Americas", a safe and peaceful democracy - no army since 1948!
CENTRAL PACIFIC COAST, in QUEPOS, 25 min. flight from San Jose, a sport-fishing town and the commercial center of the area (shopping / markets / medical center / banks / car rentals / casino, etc.)
MANUEL ANTONIO (M.A.), 3 Miles south of Quepos, Costa Rica's most exciting tropical coastal region with several off-shore islands and truly famous *MANUEL ANTONIO NATIONAL PARK - world renowned for its beautiful white sand beaches, the monkeys, an amazing variety of wildlife and fauna - a true jungle paradise showcasing the area's natural magnificence.
Beaches / Activities
The Villa is overlooking the northern part of Manuel Antonio's main beach, to get there is 3/4 of a mile down the coastal road. Continuing south are 3 more white sand beaches within the park area as well as romantic Playa Biesanz a few miles north. Within walking distance are many of M.A's best restaurants, cafes and shops.
Other local attractions / activities include: world class sport fishing, surfing, white water rafting and sea kayaking, canopy tours, dolphin watching and sunset cruises, scuba diving and snorkeling excursions, hiking and bird watching, jet-ski safari, horseback riding and many more.