Coldwell Banker Global Luxury - Langosta, G
The architecture and attention to detail will amaze even the most discerning of guest. From the marble floors, to the architectural ceiling tiles, antique gates, ceiling and patio woodwork and ceiling murals; no detail has been left out. The steps to the Cabana are made from ballast stones recovered from a 16th century Spanish Galleon that sunk off the coast of Costa Rica. The walls of the house are made of solid concrete and volcanic rocks and architectural stones from local rock quarries.
The residence offers unmatched privacy, security and luxury, and includes: a secluded, private courtyard with an infinity pool, a hot tub, an outdoor cabana and a private, outdoor dining area and entertainment center. It also has a fully equipped exercise and workout room (treadmill, weights etc.) with cable TV, internet, ceiling fan, air conditioning, and a private bath.
A truly amazing piece of art that also is a huge revenue producing property. This is one of the most successful vacation rentals in the area!
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