The Black Beauty Tierra Villa is a charming contemporary luxury house with spectacular ocean views that is completely immersed in its jungle setting. Created by Kalia, The Black Beauty Tierra Villa is a holiday property located in the Black Beauty Village in Ostional, a city nicely known for its National Wildlife Refuge in the province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica. The residence has three huge bedrooms, and the master suite’s private deck is equipped with Jacuzzi tub. The villa provides the impression of being in an open air setting and affords plentiful views of the jungle, mountains and Pacific Ocean. You and your guests can awake to the trill of various birds or the distant calls of howler monkeys. And the jungle setting provides a lot of privacy in which to enjoy your keep without having unwanted interruptions. Tierra delivers an best base from which you can unwind poolside, discover the tropical countryside, or get pleasure from stunning sunset views over the Pacific.
Black Beauty Tierra by Kalia:
“Embracing the natural sloping landscape, Tierra both floats high above the ocean and submerges itself into the lush Costa Rican jungle. The harmonious relationship of the interior to exterior starts with the grand kitchen, dining and living rooms, then slips past an operable wall of glass into the pool, before the view falls away into the infinite Pacific Ocean beyond.
Tierra gives all the lavish amenities of a modern day eco-jungle villa. You can choose in between pampering yourself in your luxurious master suite upstairs, resting peacefully in a spacious family room, library and downstairs bedroom suites, or escaping to your personal private roof deck with vast ocean, jungle and mountain views.
The Kalia Contemporary Eco Living Costa Rica vacation rental estates are situated in the province of Guanacaste “The Gold Coast” on the Nicoya Peninsula. Over 1000 acres of land sits atop lush green hills that survey majestic views of rich woodland mountains, the clear turquoise waters of the Pacific Ocean, and our world popular sunsets.”