A popular holiday destination, the Dominican Republic is dotted with colonial ruins, white sandy beaches and fairy-tale villas.
As Christopher Columbus’ historic landing site to the New World, the island of Hispaniola is shared between the Dominican Republic and Haiti. The landscape features 1,500 km of sandy white beaches flanked with coconut groves, turquoise blue sea and the occasional lagoon. Not only that, there’s plenty of sunshine, a nice little merengue vibe, good rum, top-notch cigars and fabulous stately homes.
Fairy-tale villas overlooking the beaches of the Dominican Republic
This residence is located in Casa de Campo, a small touristic town-come-resort with abundant lush greenery. The owners can avail of the nearby luxury hotel, many restaurants, an 18-hole golf course, a marina fit for large yachts, and an international airport that caters for private jets.
A bit of Europe and South America all in one
Within the 6,700 m² of the lush green site, behind the columned entrance, the home spreads out across 1,300 m². The villa is decorated predominantly in a European style with South American-style accents here and there. This extraordinary property features four beautiful bedrooms, spacious reception rooms at garden level, a terrace and an outdoor swimming pool.
A pied-à-terre in the Dominican Republic, in the heart of the Caribbean.
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