There are many beauties in the shining crown that is the the Casa de Campo resort; the 5 Pete Dye designed golf courses including the Teeth of the Dog, the private beach – Minitas Beach, the mysterious artist’s village of Altos de Chavón, the wildlife, the Marina Casa de Campo, and much more, but perhaps the most beautiful aspect – or at least the one thing that pulls it all together is the real estate and the architecture. Wherever you turn in Casa de Campo you’ll find unique and simply stunning homes. Having recently pondered over just how marvellous Casa de Campo is and more specifically it’s magnificent real estate I was inspired to bring you a round up of some of Casa de Campo’s most beautiful homes!
So here we go …
One of Casa de Campo’s most unique and remarkable villas and a beachfront gem, this remarkable Casa de Campo villa in Punta Minitas is renowned as one of the most spectacular homes in the entire Dominican Republic. This unique property was designed by architectural firms in New York and Spain with many construction materials imported from around the world.
Casa de Campo Villa, “Casa Alegre”, also known as Punta Aguila #11 and #12, occupies more than 9,000m2 of land stretched along Casa de Campo’s dramatically beautiful coastline. This magnificent estate, consisting of 2 conjoined lots are available for purchase separately or together, with the main house section of the villa for sale for only US$7million.
Of the few oceanfront Casa de Campo villas available on the current Casa de Campo Real Estate market, very few have such a wide, open ocean view and such an expansive terrace, which will afford the future owners of this home a stunning vista from every possible angle and lounging place.
This beautifully appointed wooden villa is 4,100 square feet set in an estate of 3,527 square metres with a tropical garden area surrounded by the ocean. It has 4 spacious bedrooms and 5 ½ bathrooms, a swimming pool and a large infinity jacuzzi which hangs on the cliff edge over the sea, gazebo, indoor and outdoor dining and sitting areas and and a wrap around balcony which conects all the rooms and provides extra outdoor living space. This villa really is gorgeous!
The curves of the sea and the warm breezes of the Caribbean inspired this modern interpretation of a villa in the tropics by Spanish architect Joaquin Torres. The purity of these elements and the clean lines with which they relate to one another reinforce the image and precise personality of this villa.
With now more than 2,000 homes within the Casa de Campo resort there are without a doubt many more incredible villas – if you want to see more we strongly recommend you come visit us here in Casa de Campo! It’s a paradise whether you’re living here or visiting on a vacation!
Altos de Chavón
Casa de Campo, La Romana