Sitting on the tip of a point, the house has 270 degree ocean views from more than 400 feet up, and is surrounded by lush primary forest in a private reserve. The house is the closest structure to famous Montezuma Falls, the largest and most beautiful waterfall in the peninsula, and the only private path to the falls is from this property. Guests love to enjoy the huge natural pools early in the morning, and in the evening, after the tourists have already made the journey out.
A stay here is guaranteed to be an unforgettable experience.
The house’s architecture and interior decor are a combination of styles. The owners themselves designed most of the furniture during a trip to Bali, Indonesia during the construction process, using teak wood from recycled houses. The house has many sculptures and antiques from Bali as well, and the roof pays tribute to that culture. Yet, the house has a distinctively Mediterranean feel as well, with its polished concrete and stucco walls and floors, it keeps cool and is easy to clean and maintain.
The swimming pool is the most spectacular in the Nicoya Peninsula, perched right on the point high above everything. It consists of two circles, with a small Jacuzzi-style pool dropping pouring in a larger one with an extensive infinity edge.
Jaw-dropping views can be had from nearly every part of the home and property. From here one can see whales on a good day, and the lights along the mainland during the night. Tropical thunderstorms in the green season put on a great show many evenings and are incredible to watch from this mountaintop.