Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast is now home to its most expensive beachfront estate with endless amenities including its own version of the Golden Gate Bridge
Montezuma, Costa Rica (PRWEB) July 14, 2016 – When captain of industry Mickey Novak decided to sell his business and build his dream vacation home, he approached the project with his signature brand of intense focus. “We knew the kind of life we wanted” Novak explains. “The bigger question was, where did that lifestyle exist.” Having globe-trotted through 86 countries and after eschewing Hawaii, passing on several Caribbean islands (too passé), and ruling out the whole of Europe, Novak’s dream was realized after gazing on the sparkling blue waters of the Pacific Ocean in Costa Rica. His dream is now a reality, and is possibly Central America’s most dazzling and most expensive vacation home, as Palms International Realty Costa Rica and The Agency have teamed up to list this impressive property.
If you like attention to detail, endless ocean views from every room, a sexy little beach town a short walk away and privacy, this is the place. Built on thirteen acres of virgin Costa Rican land on the Nicoya Peninsula, the Villa’s location is unparalleled and inimitable. Sitting above the jagged coastline, the location offers everything one could wish for in a tropical paradise: panoramic ocean views, crashing waves on little private beaches and its very own backyard jungle, complete with monkeys and scarlet macaws. And now, this dream home is for sale.
Designed by famous Costa Rican architect Ronald Zurcher, the design genius behind some of the area’s most magnificent projects including Costa Rica’s first Four Seasons Hotel and Resort, no element of Villa Paraiso’s magnificent aesthetic was left to chance. Boasting over 13,900 square feet of sprawling living space built across two stories, the estate features spacious rooms, all with amazing ocean views, bespoke vaulted brick ceilings, hardwood coffers and artisanal details including exquisite, hand-wrought iron works and artfully crafted wood moldings. And almost every thing was imported from outside of Costa Rica, making for one worldly casa.
The main level is also home to the estate’s four generous bedroom suites and a series of gracious, welcoming living spaces. Upstairs, the master suite is a hedonistic retreat where soaring ceilings, wide windows, spacious dressing rooms, theater and views that go on for days take center stage.
Not to be outdone by the majestic interiors, just beyond the villa’s doorstep a tropical wonderland awaits. Featuring more than 3,000 sq/ft. of stone patios, gardens, an outdoor kitchen and wood fire pizza oven, a huge infinity pool that takes your breath away, the landscape that envelopes Villa Paraiso seem to personify the very essence of ‘Pura Vida’.
Villa Paraisio is priced at $6.5M.