Villa Mediterranean is an elegant, spacious villa in the Dominican Republic North Coast 's most exclusive oceanfront resort, offering luxurious accommodations and service, along with wonderful amenities and leisure activities. A twelve room, 7000 square foot, Spanish Colonial home built with quality and care in 2005, it is set in an area close to the resorts ocean front pool, beach club and beaches, and yet completely private. The Villa has its own large classic lap pool and waterfall.
Enter through the massive wrought iron gated entry doors and take in the grand foyer. As you continue into the gracious well-appointed living room with beamed ceilings you will see the large terrace, pool and grounds through the row of arched iron filigree doorways on the opposite wall. A short path behind the pool leads you to the breathtaking turquoise ocean.
Luxurious Accomodations: No detail has been spared in the construction and finishes. The floors are honed crema marble with the exception of the family room which is Brazilian cherry to absorb sound. The gourmet kitchen has custom mahogany cabinetry, Mexican wall tiles, white carrera honed marble counters and a separate full freezer and refrigerator to accommodate large groups of family and friends. The owners continue to add distinctive paintings and art to the rooms that give the home a personal and sophisticated feel.
Sea Horse Ranch Resort: Sea Horse Ranch, where the Villa is located, is a beautifully maintained community with 24 hour security, power and water supply. There are walking paths, an equestrian center for riding lessons or trail riding, a clay tennis club with 5 courts and a tennis professional. The El Bosque club restaurant rests on a coral reef jutting out over the water and serves poolside. A short winding path leads to the spectacular two ocean side pools (one for adults, one for children) with terraced waterfalls, and the beach.
Nearby Attractions: Golfers can head to the Playa Dorado Robert Trent Jones course 30 minutes away driving west or the world famous “Playa Grande” course built along the ocean, which is 45 minutes away in the other direction. The adjacent Cabarette beach is a world renowned kite surfing haven for surfers and onlookers. It is a great place to relax, swim, and eat at several of the great beach front restaurants. Nearby Sosua has several good restaurants, most with great sunset views, a fun local beach, a European spa, two wonderful bakeries and a large grocery store in town.
I am an artist, designer and home builder. My family loves to travel and get to know a country's culture.
We love the Dominican for it's diversity, it's beautiful beaches, and it's people. There is so much to do there because it is a large island with mountains, desert, jungle,waterfall and river tours. The cities are old and historic, and the museums are unique and interesting. The food is fantastic, and the kite surfing in our area is amazing to watch, or to learn.