- Updated On:
- August 16, 2023
- 3 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 2 Garages
- 332.00 m2
- Year Built: 2022
This brand new house will be ready in january 2022. Built in a Luxurious ECO-development community and designed by Richard Muller Castro, a renowned architect that blend the tropical culture into the amazing construction, the house and the entire surrounding community is ECO friendly for many reasons : materials used, construction type and inclusion of gardens, fruits trees and many elements that make this community living in harmony with planet earth.
The house include :
Lot Size: 340m2 / 3660sf
House Size. 332.35m2 / 3577.385sf
Special Features: This home features a great room with an indoor-outdoor design, vaulted ceilings, a kitchen with a large island and separate pantry, a complete laundry area, and a powder room you can access from the pool area. the houses are part of the Project is Phase One and is located on the Hilltop.
Garage Size: Two-car garage, underneath the house
Stories: Two, on top of garage floor
Roof type: Metal roof with acoustic and insulated panels
Materials: Concrete block and metal structure
Furnishings: Custom cabinetry
Appliances: GE Profile
Flooring: Porcelain internal floor, synthetic deck outside
Outdoor Areas: Deck with pool and bbq area
Low HOA: $160/month
lot 50 and 51 have an extra space in the garage to park an ATV or bikes.
**FINANCING OPTION !!!!**
The house will be ready in January 2022.
ABOUT ECO-FRIENDLY COMMUNITY AND HOUSE DESIGN :
The story begins almost a half-century ago with a man named Claudio Cerdas Zúñiga from Santa Cruz, Costa Rica. Mr. Zúñiga bought 400 acres of land in Tamarindo and became known as one of the founders of the area. He loved the land and cherished its natural beauty. Today, his family carries on his legacy, through the development of this sustainable community here in Costa Rica, where we are honored to share its wonders with visitors, residents, and locals.
At the heart of the community is the core belief that our property’s natural beauty and rich landscape, along with the wellness and biodiversity of the neighboring national park, are of the utmost most importance. We ensure every step we take is mindful of the impacts on our surroundings. As part of our preservation efforts, just 25% of the property is destined for development, leaving 75% undisturbed.
COSTA RICA SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY
Inside Tamarindo Park, you’ll find modern tropical homes that blend into the natural surroundings rather than trying to competing with them. Designs integrate garden views and large windows so you can embrace nature rather than be sealed off from it. Behind the designs are renowned architects, Richard Muller and Nayib Robles from RM Architecture & Engineering, who specialize in designing elegant contemporary homes in tropical climates.
OUR COMMUNITY AND AMENITIES
Along with 32 tropical contemporary vacation and family homes that blend into the landscape of our Costa Rican eco-community, it has many amenities such as a spa-wellness center, a fitness studio, a beach club, shops and restaurants, and even a nearby school. You’ll also be able to explore hiking trails and aerial paths where you can encounter the exotic flora and fauna of Costa Rica from Mangroves and monkeys to parrots and iguanas.
Within the community, we have plans to implement permaculture, food forest, and regenerative agriculture systems so the lush, abundant diversity on the land is edible! As a homeowner, you can also opt to include permaculture on your own property. Not only can you experience a closeness to nature while meandering through our trails, but also as a daily part of life in your home.
It is just a short walk or bike-ride away from two world-renowned beaches, Tamarindo and Langosta. You’ll have endless opportunities for fun, sun, adventure, and relaxation. With predominantly off-shore winds, stunning sunsets, and average water temperatures hovering around 80 degrees Fahrenheit, it’s a true paradise, especially for surfers and adventure seekers.
The Head Architect and Master Planner
Richard Müller Castro is the renowned architect behind the contemporary tropical architecture you’ll discover within. He takes a unique, sustainable approach to design and specializes in overcoming the challenges that tropical climates present.
What is Contemporary Tropical Architecture?
Richard’s design approach and style is known as contemporary tropical architecture. He adapts to the tropical climate while utilizing materials and styles from modern design.
The cornerstones of this style include:
• Large glass panels and openings: Expansive glass panels and openings are commonly used to reveal views of the surrounding landscapes, let in natural light, and create seamless indoor/outdoor living.
• Earth color palettes: Neutral colors are used so the buildings blend in with the natural environment.
• Organic materials: Materials like teak wood, processed bamboo, and cultured stones are often incorporated, bringing a warm, earthy feel.
• Stilts: Many tropical modern homes use stilts to elevate the house, reduce pests, improve air flow, and minimize the impact on the terrain. With stilts, you don’t have to bulldoze an area and animals can still meander underneath.
• Insect-resistant materials: Due to the humidity and the insects, the bases of homes are built using steel and concrete, and any wood featured in the home is treated with insecticide.
• Air flow: To naturally ventilate tropical modern homes, and reduce the need for energy consumption, ceilings are designed high, floorplans are open, openings cross-ventilate, and screens and fans are used.
• Smaller infinity-edge pools: In elevated homes, pools are often smaller and easily enable gorgeous infinity edge features.
• Sustainable concepts: Sustainable concepts are often incorporated into homes to reduce their eco-footprint. These can include rainwater harvesting for landscaping, reusing gray water to run toilets, solar energy for electricity and hot water, and more.
• Protection from elements: Lush tropical environments exist thanks to heavy downpours. Homes and landscapes therefore must have measures in place to protect against the elements. Large roof overhangs are common as well as covered outdoor areas, gutters, and downspouts.
• Clean architectural lines. Lines within the home are often clean, leaving spaces feeling contemporary and uncluttered.
These principles, along with Costa Rican design characteristics, will be integrated while adapting to the various neighborhood landscapes and terrain throughout the park.