In the Italian Renaissance, artists, architects, engineers, and philosophers studied Roman and Greek culture, ruins, and artifacts. Buildings became a primary focus of expressing that knowledge. Crossing from Italy into France, then England and then to America, the Renaissance aesthetics profoundly transformed building tastes and preferences, resulting in a profusion of domestic architecture. In the 14th century, the Italians developed an understanding of ancient classical architecture and translated it into palaces and villas for the aristocracy. The American 19th-century Italianate style and the 20th-century Italian Renaissance style relied on the characteristics of those Renaissance ancestors. These styles continue to influence a particular genre of fashionable architecture often found in upscale luxurious developments called Modern-Renaissance.
This property is what I call a Modern-Renaissance jewel. It offers a variety of traditional influences as multiple-facades, massive supportive columns with pilasters, arches, vaults, spectacular windows, and high walls. The interiors show a reflection of the main postulates of the Renaissance. The adoration for knowledge, culture and the appreciation of human social manifestations can be seen in the detailed selection of the main decoration elements, such as statues, fabrics, and paintings; as well, as in the wide array of international furniture carefully located in every corner of the huge property.
As if it were a passage to the 14th century, the luxury that this property exhibits both in its architectural design and in its decoration seem taken from some French museum and brought to the modern world. No doubt, it's like a dream.
3 Bedrooms + Master Bedroom = 4 Bedrooms
Kitchen with private pantry and granite countertops
3 + Gathering areas inside the property
International Art Collection
Special Fabric Curtains
Commercial Stainless Steel Appliances
Inverter Technology A/C units in all the property
3-Car Garage with an electric rolling door
Fully Fenced in Concrete
Space for future swimming and gazebo
Proximity to Rafael Hernandez Airport
5 minutes drive to the beach
5 minutes to the industrial corridor
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