Penthouse with Extraordinary Views and Great Location
What a place! Nestled high up in the mountains above Santa Ana, surrounded by mature trees, providing true peace and quiet, and with a view all the way to the Pacific coast, Casa Avellana is a luxury home in true tranquility but at minutes from the main road to Santa Ana.
Sturdy construction, a fountain as welcome-piece, a large terrace, his and her closets, a gym, intelligent lighting, lots of solid wood, walk-in his and her closets and his and her sinks, a 3-sided fireplace in the master bedroom suite, heated bathroom bars and closets for warm crisp towels, and top-of-the-line windows and doors imported from Germany, are just some of the quality touches to this truly unique house.
There are two secondary bedrooms with complete bathroom and shower each, a family room, a very large office, a second family room off the kitchen with its own terrace, plenty of storage, a gym, and the stairs are built such as to allow for an elevator for the later years in life.
Morning coffee in a light sweater on the terrace, bird watching, listening to the wind, and taking in the trees, or finishing off the day next to the fireplace in the retractable roof (star gazing glass) in the en-suite of the bedroom with a glass of wine… whatever be your fancy, both come standard with Casa Avellana.
City / Strip
Brasil de Mora
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