Golfer's Paradise - Caribbean - Casa De Campo Luxury Villa - Beach - 3D Theater
On the 3rd hole of the la romana country club within the resort of casa de campo, this beautiful home has 4 bedrooms each with its own full bathroom. There are additional 2 bedrooms for service personnel. The home includes a private movie theater and a 6 passenger golf cart.
Casa de campo, with 90 holes of play all created by famous course designer Pete Dye, is the unrivaled golf destination of the Dominican Republic and in fact the entire Caribbean. Very nice restaurants near and very exclusive shops.
Consistently ranked [by golf magazine] as the #1 golf course in the Caribbean and one of the top 50 golf courses in the world, Pete Dye's classic Teeth of the Dog (Diente de Perro), with 7 holes skirting the Caribbean Sea attracts the best professional and amateur golfers in the world.
Opened in 1971 as a rural seaside retreat, Casa de Campo is today a world-class golfing destination, crowned the world's leading golf resort for the last 5 consecutive years at the global world travel awards!
The Casa de Campo Resort boasts a total of 4 Rete Dye designed courses; The Teeth of the Dog, the Dye Fore (with 27 holes),Links, and the members-only La Romana Country Club course (with 27 holes).
Altos de Chavon, 15 minutes away from the house, is an architectural wonder, a 16th century replica of a Mediterranean village perched high above the Chavón river. The village was designed by Dominican architect José Antonio Caro, and created by Italian master designer and cinematographer Roberto Coppa. Dominican artisans handcrafted the stone pathways, decorative ironwork, furniture and enchanting buildings, reviving almost forgotten crafts of metal work and stone carving. Under Coppa´s direction, each stone was hand cut, each wooden door frame was handcrafted and each wrought-iron detail hand-forged. The village was inaugurated in 1982 with the concert of Frank Sinatra at the amphitheater.
Today, this amazing village is the site of many fine restaurants, boutiques, museums and the Altos de Chavon School of Design affiliated with Parson´s School of Design in New York.