Spectacular self-sustainable Mediterranean house characterized by its unique architecture. Located at altitude 1,300 meters, in a protected area, surrounded by native flora and fauna in a quiet environment, with wonderful views of the valley of the Mapocho River, in the middle of the hills on the way to Farellones.
Built to the highest standards, in exposed concrete, stones, and recycled native woods. Nothing was left to chance in the design of this property; from its several terraces and well-defined spaces, we find pleasant environments to enjoy nature. It is accessed through a cobblestone path. On the first floor, through a large hall, there is access to the living and dining room with large windows and a skylight, a flown terrace, a semi-integrated kitchen with larch furniture and Silestone countertops, guest suite bedroom and guest bathroom. On this same level are the pergola, the barbecue area with a large table and kitchen, and the pool area.
A ladder with lighted steps accesses the second floor, where we find the family room with furniture and bookshelves, the second suite bedroom with a walk-in closet and another bedroom. On the third floor is the third suite bedroom, walk-in closet and exit to roof terrace, which has unbeatable views. Separated from the main house there are 2 one-bedroom cabins, family room, kitchenette, and bathroom.
Sustainable house. It has 6 photovoltaic panels for electricity, 2 solar panels for 500 liters of hot water, 2 ponds of reinforced concrete that accumulate a total of 65 thousand liters of spring water. 2 Anwo boilers for 1000 liters of gas, central heating system by radiators fueled by gas and 6 boscas. Greywater and black water treatment. The luminaire is Interdesign, the faucet is Duomo. It has double mesh perimeter closing and Faac automatic gate. Storage sheds and laundry area.
Reception of achieved construction works.