Stunning Beachfront Estate
Villa La Sata
Premier Colonial Polo Field View
This is a very roomy property, with 7´162m2 of property and a total of 1´500m2 of construction.
Ideal for a family who wants to be close enough to major urban areas but wants the advantages of quiet and peaceful ranch living, keep horses, be able to be in touch with nature. Minutes from the major Route 27 highway which can get you to the city or beach, but off the main road through an agricultural easement that means privacy and peace are guaranteed. And how many homes can boast that beyond their backyard the view is of the premier polo field of the country!
The main ranch home is built to keep fresh and cool, and includes very large social areas including terraces, decks, a pool house, swimming pool, and well-maintained gardens. Very large living room with a double-sided fireplace, four bedrooms with two shared bathrooms, a master bedroom with air conditioning and jacuzzi, social area/tv room, and staff quarters.
There is a second home on the property that has a modern renovated kitchen (2010), full bedrooms and bathrooms, enough for an entire family to live comfortably.
Furthermore, there is a third building with 7 stalls for horses on the ground level and straw and saddle rooms. On the second floor there is an apartment with a terrace overlooking the principal polo field of the country. This is the only two-storey structure on the property. The rest of the buildings are comfortably built on one level, making for easy access.
Really a special property. A perfectly flat property with lots of green, colonial buildings built with the best material, space for horses, and a very convenient location that allows combining colonial life with urban living.
Wall Unit A/C
City / Strip
Fenced Range Land
Wheel Chair Accessible
Equestrian / Polo
Area Horse Riding/Stables
Range / Oven
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