Some homes have the ability to transport you to another time and even another world. This is one of those homes.
Nestled below primary forest and completely surrounded by a 3,000+ acre single property with conservation easements and old plantations, the home is extremely private.
Large numbers of toucans visit the property in the afternoons. Howler and capuchin monkeys cavort in the trees regularly. Scarlett macaws now live in the valley and whales can be spotted swimming in the Ballena National Park below.
Architecturally the house is simply elegant, made entirely of fine local hardwoods. The house maintains a rich, lively feeling. It is described as a tree house, as a mountain home, and a beach house all in one