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What is it one looks for when coming to Casa de Campo? Is it to appreciate the resort’s manicured beaches, sample its elaborately curated menus, or strike a few balls on one of the Caribbean’s most challenging greens? Casa de Campo, home to dozens of properties, offers unrivaled attractions for visiting guests and a lifestyle for villa owners of which few seldom tire.
This week’s villa of the week is a beautifully modernized and upgraded golf villa with modern furnishing and fittings as well as a large terrace with a gorgeous view over the Links golf course. Each home in the resort reflects what the complex represents; a thriving, prosperous, and covetable place. One of the most alluring attributes of some properties is their ability to welcome the stillness.
Golf Villa 238 prevails with elegant minimalism. Recently remodeled by Jose Miguel Subero and decorated by Laura Subero the white and cream living spaces are gentle on the eyes and introduce an undeniable sense of peace. Lined by a thicket of trees, the backyard patio is open and lush with a beautiful view of the golf course, and an inviting private pool perfect for a swim or take in the sun relaxing on their modern lawn furniture. The terrace with sliding french doors lets you enjoy the warm weather breeze while staying cool in the shade.
Both gracious and sophisticated, Golf Villa 238 bestows the feeling of home from the moment you enter. A kitchen not far away with ample counter space for prepping large meals is a benefit for the charming property, and a living room with wide glass doors opens directly onto the patio and immerses the space with the invigorating open air. This 4 bedroom villa, each with an en-suite bathroom, can easily accommodate a number of guests.
Golf Villa 238 is a departure from the busy lifestyle of a city and provides the breath of fresh air one requires in a home away from home. Find more pictures below of this gorgeous and breathtaking villa!
This villa is up for sale! For more information, you can call 1 (849) 206-2209 (in the Dominican Republic).