Caribbean Oceanside Villa
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
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*Important Notice: Luxury Auction® withdrawn due to Cap Cana ownership/mgmt.
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8 BD (total);
6 BD (guest)
2 BD (staff)
7 full BA / 1 ha BA (total);
6 full/1 half (guest)
1 full (staff)
+/- 15,000 sq. ft.
Lot Size: +/- 0.92 acres
*Important Notice: Luxury Auction® withdrawn due to Cap Cana ownership/mgmt.
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*Important Notice: Luxury Auction® withdrawn due to Cap Cana ownership/mgmt. Private treaty purchase inquiries welcomed. Enjoy Caribbean golf and oceanfront living at its finest! This luxurious villa within the Cap Cana resort community in Punta Cana, D.R. boasts incredible vistas of the sparkling Atlantic Ocean, and overlooks the 3rd and 4th fairways of the world-famous Punta Espada golf course. The course is a Jack Nicklaus Signature design that was home to the Champions PGA Tournament between 2008-2010 (and rated #1 in the Caribbean and Mexico by Golfweek Magazine).
The villa is within a 15-minute drive of the Punta Cana International airport, and is within only one hour of La Romana and two hours of the heart of Santo Domingo, the Dominican capital. The commute has been made much easier thanks to the new highway, el Autopista del Coral.
Sited in the Punta Majagua section of Cap Cana, the villa is uniquely poised to enjoy the community’s amenities, including its 3 miles of white sand beaches. Just minutes from the famed Cap Cana marina, the Property also neighbors the Eden Roc hotel, whose Caleton Beach Club is accessible to Cap Cana homeowners for an additional fee. Memberships at the adjacent Punta Espada golf course are also available for homeowners, and an additional six additional, world-class golf courses are nearby: La Cana and Corales at the Punta Cana Resort and The Links, La Romana, Dye Fore, and the Pete Dye Teeth of the Dog course at Casa de Campo.
With more than 15,000 sf of living space, the villa is designed to pamper and impress family and friends, and is constructed in four separate sections which are connected by well-appointed outdoor living areas. Each section of the villa is elegantly decorated, with furnishings chosen by notable interior designer Patricia Reed. In total, the Property offers 6 guest bedrooms (2 of which are master suites), 7 full, and 1 half baths, with an additional 2 bedrooms and 1 full bath located in the staff quarters (which also houses the villa’s fitness center). Laundry facilities and the “hot” kitchen for the villa, where a chef prepares daily meals for renters or guests, are also located in the staff quarters.
The remaining three sections are comprised of bedroom suites and living spaces, including a cozy family room, modern kitchen (with Italian cabinetry and top-of-the line appliances), yoga studio, and a formal dining room that seats up to fourteen.
The villa maximizes outdoor space as well, with dining and entertaining areas that span two levels and include a dining area with built-in Viking Professional grill, covered loft, and sun-drenched decks. Impressive patio and pool areas feature an elevated spa with a stone “water wall” and incredible views of the ocean.
The property may also be leased, and enjoys an established clientele and historical rental income that exceeds annual expenses (inquire for details). A fully trained staff, including a property manager, maintains the villa to perfection. Selling furnished!
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PUNTA CANA, DR. Located in La Altagracia Province in the easternmost part of the Dominican Republic, Punta Cana is a popular tourist destination, and for good reason: turquoise waters beckon and palm trees sway gently in the breeze, creating the perfect atmosphere of calm ideal for a vacation home. This villa is situated within the Punta Majagua portion of luxurious Cap Cana, an upscale enclave just moments away from many of Punta Cana’s attractions and amenities. As an owner in Cap Cana, incredible amenities are available, ranging from world-class golf to the largest and most complete equestrian center in the Caribbean to special access to the exclusive Eden Roc resort’s beach club. In addition to Punta Espada and Los Establos, the community offers access to activities that range from unparalleled sport fishing (blue marlin and mahi mahi are common catches) to polo to eco-tourism to yachting – and the marina is state of the art, with 150 slips that can accompany yachts up to 150 ft, and also offers amenities for captains and crew.
With so many diversions and amenities, the fun won’t ever end in Punta Cana – but if the allure of the beach, golf or horseback riding dims, the storied capital of the Dominican Republic is just a few hour’s drive from Punta Cana on the island’s southern coast. Santo Domingo is the oldest European city in the Americas, and is often termed “the gateway to the Caribbean.” Settled by the Taino people well before Columbus’s arrival in 1492, Santo Domingo is a breathtaking blend of old and new, with ancient buildings and modern infrastructure. It is the center of Dominican economy, politics and education – its 18 universities guide the nation’s best and brightest toward careers in technology, science and the humanities—and is the equal of many European cities in its architecture, history and culture. Fashion is also cutting-edge on the island, with La Escuela de Diseño de Altos de Chavón (one of the top ten design schools in the region) training students to follow in the footsteps of the acclaimed Oscar De La Renta, who was born in the Dominican Republic in 1932.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. Sited on the east side of the island of Hispaniola in the Greater Antilles, the Dominican Republic is one of two Caribbean islands shared by separate sovereign states (Haiti shares Hispaniola with the Dominican Republic, while Saint Martin is split between the French Republic and the Kingdom of the Netherlands). It is the second-largest nation in the Caribbean, and is populated by more than 10 million people, one -third of whom live in and around the capital of Santo Domingo. Ruled by Spain until its independence in 1821, the nation was inhabited first by the Taino people, whose skill in agriculture was much admired by the Spaniards. Nonetheless, the Tainos met the same fate of many pre-European cultures, and declined to near-extinction.
Today, the Dominican Republic has the ninth-largest economy in Latin America, and is one of the fastest-growing economies in the Americas – the average, annual GDP growth rate was 5.4% between 1992 and 2014. Driven by construction, manufacturing, tourism and mining, the economy grew a further 7.4% in the first quarter of 2016. Year-round golf courses and pristine beaches drive tourism to the Dominican Republic, whose ecological diversity also gave rise to many eco-tourism attractions. Moreover, the first cathedral, fortress and monastery built in the Americas are located in the capital city’s Colonial Zone (a UNESCO World Heritage site). Baseball, merengue and bachata (a uniquely Dominican dance derived from the bolero and now practiced all over the world) provide additional entertainment alongside the ecological and cultural wonders the nation has to offer.
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