GQ House Rancho Redondo
Cul-de-sac, a glorious property in exclusive Parque Valle del Sol, Santa Ana, just 20 minutes away from Juan Santa María International Airport. The area is served by excellent international schools, outstanding restaurants, hotels, local markets, and modern shopping centers. This sophisticated and private residential development is built around an 18-hole, outstanding golf course, designed by the famous architect, Tracy Mai, respecting nature’s beauty and the homes of many small animals living in harmony. The course is certified by “Audubon International” for environmental education.
This magnificent property borders a little lake in the center of the Golf Course, overlooking, from the terrace of the house, hole #9 and #18. This is by far the most exclusive and beautiful location in Parque Valle del Sol.
The house is distinguished by superb workmanship and detailing. This one story, Spanish-style hacienda residence was built in 2004 on a 1,700 m2 lot, and is covered by 750 m2 of hand-made, antique roof tiles. The home features extremely heavy and large wood beams, and large picture windows in order to take full advantage of the magnificent views of large mountain chains and the impeccable golf course across the lake. The east and west sides are covered with plush tropical fences, offering absolute privacy.
On the south side you can observe, through the kitchen window, jungle-like vegetation, big trees and a high mountain chain. Sitting on the large terrace, facing north, you can appreciate the beautiful lake and landscape which optically belongs to this residence, but that is cared for by Valle del Sol.
The unparalleled location of this home means you will never be bothered by the noise of driving traffic. This is a small paradise to live, share and enjoy in a unique environment.
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