Thursday, April 5, 2012

Modern breachfront mansion

In contrast to the intricate details of the Moroccan themed house that I showed this past week, here are the clean lines of the modern house two doors away.  This is the view from the beach of the same house that what behind the gate that I showed yesterday.

One of the first questions that people wonder about houses is, understandably, "How much does it cost?"  Three years ago this house was for sale and I posted a photo of it with a link to a real estate listing when the house was up for sale.  It was listed for $1.8 million, which impressed me as a very reasonable price for a beachfront mansion with 10,233 sq. ft (931 sq. m.).

The house has 3 guest quarters, 2 with kitchens, in addition to a main house with 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths.  The building at the lower level closest to the beach (where I was standing when I took this photo) is an exercise room, and there is an infinity edge swimming pool.

On our Viva la Voyage travel photo site this week we are showing photos of Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia.  It is a coastal community very different than Tamarindo.

7 comments:

Sharon said...

This one is very modern. All these houses make me wonder what they look like inside.

Jarart said...

I must admit that I much prefer the beautiful Moroccan house to this stark modern one. Of course, if they wanted to donate it to me, I would be happy to take it.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Looks fantastic when you pull it in. It's a lot of money Dave, but it looks like you get what you pay for!
btw. You're right Dave, I said in the post that in the US it's the red flag with the white diagonal stripe.

cieldequimper said...

I don't normally like very modern but this is quite nice.


So today is Sunday is it? Well then, happy Easter!

Jack said...

I'm a traditionalist, so I think I will pass . . .

glenda said...

What a beautiful home and right on the beach. I could be happy there, would love to take a look inside.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Ciel,
thank you for pointing out the hazard of my cutting and pasting text from my Sunday email for the link at the bottom of my email. I hae now corrected it to remove the reference to Sunday.

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