Luxury Home with Stunning Ocean Views – $US 1,000,000

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DR Paradise or Caribbean hotels and luxury properties for sale

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The drive up to this stunning home is equally as magnificent. You’ll always enjoy the peaceful beauty each time you you leave and again when you return to your lovely home.

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Landscaping is lush and varied with hard-scapes, plants and trees.

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Lots of storage including garage, laundry and more!

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The entry, while inviting, is also safe and secure.

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Architecturally, this house is quite beautiful. Lots of extra TLC was provided by the ownersbot before and during the build out.

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Imagine this is yours…all yours!

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Beauty is in the details.

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Spectacular pool provides beauty, inside/outside living and exercise options all in one.

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A-h-h-h!!

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Inside out…Outside in

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What a view! And so close to every wonderful thing Las Terrenas has to offer.

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The perfect home for entertaining…or not!

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Just the right amount of wood, stone, tile and taste.

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Your friends will be so envious.

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Note the seamless flow.

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Kiss the sky and kiss the sea and be kissed right back.

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Water feature provides pleasing sounds. All your senses are are gently stimulated.

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Structure in concrete block, re-inforced with iron and infilled with concrete.

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Pocket doors with plenty of glass. Open fully.

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Ceiling fans are everywhere. Note the inlaid tile in the floors.

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Ceiling fans are everywhere. Note the inlaid tiles in the floors.

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Roof in tiles…no Canna! Interior of roof in pine.

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Side of house – landscaped, there’s even a vegetable/flower garden. Watering points in the 1200m2 (+/-) garden are included.

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All pool equipment is below the pool and out of sight. This means ease of maintenance too.

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Two more bedrooms on your left. Exterior walls finished with panete and painted.

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Kitchen cupboards and wardrobe doors are of tropical hardwoods.

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All the nice modern ammenities you could ever want. Stainless Steel refridgerator and range. Six-burner gas stove. Tiled back splash coordinates beautifully with the granite counter-tops.

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Modern kitchen is a budding chefs delight. Everything is positioned and laid-out for major production with major ease.

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Large center island houses more storage, goose-neck faucet over Stainless Steel sink and plenty of room for laying out your entertainment feasts!

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Large pantry and broom closets in tropical hardwood.

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This is your view from your large pocket doors, through the openpass through to your gourmet kitchen.

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A close-up of your same view.

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Now we’re looking from your kitchen to your open, airy ans spacious living room. Your comfort is guaranteed!

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OPEN – AIRY – INVITING.

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Natural building materials meet cushy comfort under your cathedral vaulted ceilings.

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Furnishings are negotiable…

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“Honey, let’s just stay home tonight!” No problem, right??

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More inside/out outside/in living. Thsi time through your large picture window.

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H-m-m, now just where does the inside begin and the outside end??

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Relax, get to it.

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Entertain yourselves, or your many friends.

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Some of the furnishings and artwork are NOT negotiable.

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Bathroom sink tops are in marble with tropical hardwood cabinets underneath.

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Master bedroom has two dressing areas with warddrobe doors in tropical wood. They also have TV, phone and air conditioning connections.

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“Honey, can we just stay home tonight??”

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Master bath has large tub, double shower and two hand-basins. Tops are in marble over tropical hardwood cabinetry.

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“Can I borrow some toothpaste?”

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View of one of the lower bedrooms. Both are alike with in size and shape and matching private bathrooms.

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Dominican Republic, Samana Peninsula Aqueduct

East end of the Samana Peninsula Dominican Republic, between Samana and Las Galeras.

I took these pictures to show everyone just how much support the government of the Dominican Republic is giving to the Samana Peninsula. Besides the brand New International Airport at Sanchez, and the brand new Highway connecting the capital of the Dominican Republic at Santo Domingo to the Samana Peninsula, now the Dominican government is spending millions to bring fresh water to all parts of the Samana Peninsula. The Dominican Republic government has detirmined that the Samana Peninsula will be the “Jeweled Showcase” of the Caribbean. They want it thought of as the most luxurious Real Estate investment in the world rivaling the Cote d’ Azure, Dubai, and anywhere one goes for luxurious golf, spas, shopping and just to getaway from it all.

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Finally! Golf comes to Las Terrenas!

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My friend Monchy is a Cuban-American from Miami. I met him through Carlos, a mutual friend. Carlos is a baseball coach/scout in the Biggies for Tampa Bay, and he met Monchy many years ago when he was playing in the Grapefruit League here and all over the Caribbean and South America. Both are really great guys.
Monchy is a smart smart man. He started buying Real Estate here in the Samana Peninsula…and specifically in Las Terrenas in about 1980. Now he owns tons of land, homes, and a hotel called Casa Grande which is located on Playa Bonita just outside of Las Terrenas.
I’m really happy for Monchy and I’m really happy I met him. He is a plethora of knowledge about all things Dominican and again, especially all things Las Terrenas and Samana Peninsula. I always try to visit him several times when he is in town. I like to pick his brain, The last time I did this he let me in on a little jewel.
It seems one of his best friends signed the papers, and bought the golf course here! After ten years of on again/off again promises, we finally have a company that is ready, willing and able to carry this through! How exciting is that? It’s just one more feather in Las Terrenas’ sombrero…a sombrero that is already chock full of brilliant “foul-i-edge”!
From what Monchy tells me they are going to start right away. They are going to do the club house first so people can see the quality of the workmanship and the beautiful style and design. We expect to hear the dump trucks rumbling any day now!
Last year was the first time in DR history where America tourists outnumbered any other country. If we have golf, imagine what will happen. American tourists will outnumber all countries combined! Golf is king!!
All I can say is – “FORE” – look out land values!!!