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Four Seasons Sunset Villas - Costa Palmas

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5 - 6
5 - 6.5
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Four Seasons Sunset Villas - Costa Palmas
City : La Ribera
State : Baja california sur
Country : Mexico

Services and Amenities

Event Room
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Controlled Access
Gated Community
Beach front

Property description

Four Seasons Sunset Villas offer you the opportunity to live in the heart of the Costa Palmas community, literally steps from the Robert Trent Jones II- designed golf course and a quick cart ride to the Costa Palmas Beach Club.

Villa floorplans vary from four, five, and six-bedroom options, with signature fairway views and the Sierra de La Laguna mountain range.

Design Overview

The composition of the Sunset Villa homes is meant to celebrate the lush surrounding outdoor spaces. The meandering entry path leads you between the masses of the home, past desert landscape and water features, then delivers you to the expansive sunset and golf views that are backed by the Sierra de la Laguna mountains.

The textured board-formed concrete walls echo the natural colors of the earth and serve as a canvas for the landscape within the entry courtyard. The lush plant life filters the sunlight and creates dappled shadows in each space.

With a large living room and two bedrooms on the view, the lot sizing and architecture makes a strong connection with the rolling greens of the golf course, mountains and sunset beyond. They become a part of the pool deck and living room as the indoor and outdoor spaces blend. The west facing pool receives prime sun, while the living room is shaded by a deep trellis canopy.
each having very distinct style.

The kitchen and bathrooms have unexpected hints of colored tile which help the interior design and architecture work in unison while each having very distinct style.

The interior design is meant to soften the texture of the concrete walls and floors. The woods are warm, rich and play into the vibrant earth-tones of the space. The marble in the kitchen is exotic and adds an element of luxury to an otherwise minimal palette. Fireclay tile clads the walls in the bathrooms and complements the marble and rosa morada vanities.

Saturated ochre mixes with the deep browns in the Rosa Morada wood, and thick Belgian linen sits side-by-side with slick glass tabletops. Chunky, deep teal boucle compliments a handmade rattan side chair. The seating is deep and indulgently comfortable. The subtle curves of the furniture cast a nice contrast against the clean corners of the architecture.


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