This Spanish Colonial Revival Home in Pedasi is simply stunning. “La Villa de la Torre” sits on a half-acre bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The home is located within the gated beachfront community of Costa Pedasí, just a short drive from Pedasi’s town center. La Villa de la Torre is a labor of love. It is an homage to the architectural movement ‘Spanish Colonial Revival’ with origins in Panama over 100 years ago.
True to the period, the home features exposed wooden beams, wrought iron banisters, white stucco walls with red tile roof, and imported clay floor tiles.
In this case, the clay floor tiles throughout the home were imported from Saltillo, Mexico. This is the only place on earth that makes authentic “Saltillo” tiles. The 20 beautiful stairs circling up the tower were custom made and shipped to Panama- as were the iron wall sconces, chandeliers, candelabras, and much more. The entire home is period-correct in both materials and color palette. Every single detail was meticulously considered and it shows!
Stairs leading up the tower
La Villa de la Torre features an outdoor kitchen with an authentic Argentinian “parilla” grill, a large swimming pool, and of course the main feature of the property- sweeping, unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean just a few steps away. During the months of August through November you can watch humpback whales swimming, and even breaching, just offshore from your backyard. It’s an incredible experience that never fails to inspire a sense of awe and wonder.
The home has been meticulously maintained and is offered with all appliances and built-in fixtures. Furniture is offered separately.