This gorgeous neighborhood is appropriately named as Grande Salvaje. This residence will provide luxury while living in harmony with nature.
The architecture of these residences required rigorous but beneficial thought; it is fascinating how nature physically integrates itself into the home and land. Without disturbing the nature and wildlife of Costa Rica. These homes were built using bioclimatic architecture, which means that the house wasn’t simply designed to be what it is; everything was considered, including the topography, the orientation of the houses in relation to the sun’s movement throughout the year, the building materials, and the use of local and sustainable materials, all with the aim of reducing temperatures throughout the year and ensuring durability. These homes are a one-of-a-kind undertaking since no one else focuses on so many aspects of a premium home. In addition, they will be mere steps from Playa Grande, one of the most dependable surf spots in the northern Pacific, in Parque Nacional Marino Las Baulas.