Carr. Federal Chetumal- Puerto Juarez Km 298 Mayakoba, Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico


Represented by

Riviera Maya Sotheby's International Realty

5th Avenue and 34th Bosque de los Aluxes
Playa del Carmen , Quintana Roo , 77710 Mexico

OCEANFRONT VILLA OFFERED IN THE ROSEWOOD RESIDENCES COLLECTION AT MAYAKOBA 5B-4

$13,000,000 AMERICAN DOLLAR
6
BEDS
7
FULL BATHS
1
PARTIAL BATHS
1.846 m2
LAND
1457.13 m2
CONSTRUCTION


GALLERY


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ABOUT CARR. FEDERAL CHETUMAL- PUERTO JUAREZ KM 298 MAYAKOBA, PLAYA DEL CARMEN, QUINTANA ROO, MEXICO

Only for those who own their destination and recognize ultra luxury and privacy as a necessity, a very exclusive concept has been created, offering only the best of the best. This is a collector's item with all the style and luxury of Rosewood residences, and the Mayakoba community; built with exquisite materials, such as fine woods, in doors, floors, ceilings and borders. The extraordinary and modern architecture, inspired by the natural beauty of the Riviera Maya, high ceilings that provide a feeling of freedom, panoramic views of the spectacular soft white sand beach, and the transparency of the Mexican Caribbean Sea. The Villa perfectly combines the interior and exterior spaces, so you can enjoy the world-class amenities of this exclusive, internationally recognized Firm, where it is located. 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms and a half bathroom, a 22-meter infinity pool, a central outdoor patio, a terrace with an outdoor dining room, media room and convertible office suite, all strategically distributed in 15,678.72 Sq Ft of interior and exterior living. In addition, 40 linear meters of beach with soft white sand, typical of the area.  On a plot of 19,873 Sq Ft.  Privacy and luxury go hand in hand in this exclusive project, worthy of connoisseurs.

The lot where this residence will be built can be also acquired for US$5,000,000.

The Architecture:

Beachfront Villa showcases the thoughtful, forward-thinking vision of world-renowned architect Javier Sordo Madaleno of Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos (SMA). At once modern and warm, the Villa was designed to feature expansive spaces for gathering and entertaining, as well as more intimate areas for relaxation and quiet reflection. The natural elements of Mayakoba, from the leafy mangroves to the pristine lagoons, influence every aspect of the design, evidenced in the lush landscaping, water features and locally sourced materials throughout. Interiors transition seamlessly to outdoor living spaces and may be enclosed for privacy or opened to maximize natural light, sea breezes and ocean views.

The Garden Suite:
To the right of the entry is the garden suite, a serenely private, detached guest bedroom with a garden terrace, lounging area, walk-in closet and spa-style bath with jetted tub and natural stone, fountain-style outdoor shower.
The Media Room & Study:
To the left of the entry is the media room, which features blackout window treatments, ideal for private screenings. The media room opens to an expansive garden terrace and adjacent private study, where a hidden door opens to reveal a full bathroom and closet. The two rooms may be separate or adjoined, and can serve as an additional bedroom.
The Courtyard:
At the heart of the home is the stunning, open-air courtyard inspired by the canals of Mayakoba. Water weaves its way through the entire experience, while the landscaping is lush with greenery and natural vegetation. Cascading water features and soft lighting create an inviting ambiance. Every room in the house opens to and connects through the courtyard. Doors may be closed for privacy or opened for cross ventilation to create one barrierless indoor-outdoor living experience.
The Great Room:
The great room was envisioned to accommodate both large-scale entertaining or quiet evenings in, featuring spacious living and dining areas. Beamed ceilings soar above the room, while floor-to-ceiling doors may be closed or opened to the adjacent pool terrace and sweeping ocean views beyond.
The Chef’s Kitchen:
The chef-caliber kitchen, casual countertop seating and windows that open to connect indoor and outdoor cooking areas. 


REPRESENTED BY


5th Avenue and 34th Bosque de los Aluxes
Playa del Carmen , Quintana Roo , 77710 Mexico

Property ID: 5QK9TP



Represented by

Riviera Maya Sotheby's International Realty

5th Avenue and 34th Bosque de los Aluxes
Playa del Carmen , Quintana Roo , 77710 Mexico



AMENITIES


Ocean Front
Outdoor Kitchen
Golf Course
Granite Countertops
Gardens
Gated Community
Breakfast Bar
Ocean
Media Room / Home Theater
Lagoon
Ocean
Live Water

ABOUT THIS AREA

MayaKoba is an exclusive resort spanning 250 hectares of crystal clear lagoons, rainforest and beaches, home to award-winning hotels, luxury residences, and unparalleled tourism offerings, including world-class gastronomy, wellness, golf, and beach clubs, designed to preserve and enhance landscape. Its hotels include Rosewood, Banyan Tree, Fairmont, Andaz. Its imposing 18-hole professional golf course has hosted the PGA Tour for years, and has hosted the greats of this sport. Asian, Mexican, and international gourmet restaurants, luxury spas, a lake for relaxing walks, canals, immersed in the tranquility and beauty of nature that surrounds this exclusive place. 

The Riviera Maya and the Mexican Caribbean have become and maintained for years as the number one destination par excellence, due to its warm climate, its history, reflected in its ruins and archaeological remains, witnesses of the life and culture of our ancestors, the Mayans; its magnificent and extensive jungle, inhabited by jaguars, monkeys, different types of deer, wild boars, coaties, raccoons, birds of all kinds, such as guakamayas, toucans, woodpeckers, parrots, and a large number of fauna typical of the region; in addition, of course, to the ancient cenotes and their caverns that are connected throughout the subsoil of this mystical place, unique in the world for everything it has to offer its visitors and investors. Let's not forget its majestic and imposing Caribbean Sea, its colors, the reefs and the marine life that they protect, that place us in second place in the world.  It is these characteristics that attract tourists and specialists to discover this parallel world..

The busiest international airport in Latin America is Cancun, and it is only 40 minutes away, so coming and going is not going to be a problem. Flights to Europe, the United States, and Canada depart daily.


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