The 5,800m2 property was purchased eight years ago using rights of possession ownership papers dating back thirty years and began construction on the main home three years ago after receiving construction and remodeling permits from the local municipality and ANAM (environmental agency). The owner heavily documented the construction with photos available upon request. Included on the property are four structures: a main house measuring 280m2, a warehouse measuring 214m2, a caretake home measuring 34m2, and horse stable measuring 21m.
The topography of the land is upward sloping from the main road and contains proper drainage and a cement road fifty meters in length. Well designed and carefully planned, the three year old main home includes; a strong foundation using six inch cement blocks, retaining walls anchored two feet down, imported 2.5mm copper wiring for 220v, custom iron work, municipal electricity, well water, custom built furniture, surrounded by local trees like Almendro, Nispero, Cedro Espino, Banana, and Plantain in addition to local birds and wildlife and the early morning sounds of howler monkeys.
The two level main home is 280m2 with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, living room, kitchen, den, closets, two terraces, two water tanks, backyard barbecue, and swimming pool, featuring sweeping 180° degree caribbean ocean views of Puerto Lindo, Isla Mamey, Isla Linton, and Isla Farallon.