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House In Granadilla, Costa Rica
US $2,200,000
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  • 7 bedrooms
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La Mia Casa in Monteran
Design and privacy in a privileged location within Monterán. La Mia Casa is a captivating property with modern design, warm details, and spacious areas. The residence combines large windows and terraces with panoramic views, meticulously designed gardens, an independent social lounge and a comfortable family distribution on two levels. Located within the Monterán Condominium, the 3100m2 property offers one of the few elevated homesites in Monterán with panoramic views and utmost privacy.A curved road with marble mosaic leads to the main entrance of La Mia Casa. Designed by architects Asdrubal Fonseca and the Brazilian Silvia Camargo, who designed the Guanamar Hotel in Guanacaste, the modern and spacious home has a distinct welcoming touch. From its exterior you can appreciate the attention to detail with exceptional white tile roofing imported from Brazil. Inside, the current owners prefer a more traditional design but the house maintains its contemporary lines.The main entrance of La Mia Casa offers a vestibuled lobby that connects to the right with the main living area. This is a captivating space with multilevel ceilings surrounded by a floor-to-ceiling curved glass wall. This central axis of the house is the perfect place for a reception or social gathering as it includes an integrated living and dining room with wooden floors and another living area with high ceilings and panoramic views. The windows of La Mia Casa are all German-imported material and provide sound and thermal insulation. This is a special detail for the house since there are many windows and sliding glass doors, including the curved windows of the living room that incorporate 4-meter long glass.At the back of the living room a staircase with floating steps leads to an internal balcony and a large family area with game room. This is a space with playful ceiling design two large windows that offer natural lighting and make it an ideal space for children. From this area, a lateral staircase connects to the wonderful terrace from where you can appreciate views of Monterán and the San José valley. The terrace includes a sink and a space to install a fire pit.The kitchen at La Mia Casa in Monterán offers two distinct areas. The in-house kitchen is the main preparation area and offers an uneven but practical distribution, with wood-toned kitchen furniture, granite countertops, Frigidaire appliances, and stainless steel work areas including the center table. The second part of the kitchen is an open and fresh dining area with glass doors and translucent skylights, marble tiled floors, and a preparation area which includes a special Ariston oven for pizzas and for slow fire cooking. The informal dining area has direct access to the gardens.The garden offers meticulous design with a marble mosaic path bordered by hydrangeas, a superposed jacuzzi and an independent social lounge which the current owners say is inevitably the most used area of the property. This separate living and lounge area with private bath offers panoramic glass walls overlooking the gardens, a wine storage area, precious woods on walls and floors and two spectacular tables formed by a single piece of marble.Back in the main house, the private area of the house is located on the first level. A family/TV room with double-height ceilings and hardwood floors connects to the six bedrooms and five bathrooms of this area. All rooms have east-facing design and private access to a wooden balcony that incorporates fresh air and mountain views into each room. The master bedroom additionally features hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, and a private bathroom with glass shower and a jacuzzi-style bathtub.La Mia Casa in Monterán also includes a maid's room with bathroom, garage for two cars and additional parking for six cars

Montern, Granadilla, San José Province, Costa Rica
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