Spacious three-level house in Santiago, Chile

Built into the foothills of Andes, this beautiful house offers views of the city of Santiago from almost every room. It’s a three-level house built in 2003 that’s sitting on 10,301 square feet of land. The building has 4.435 square feet of space and it incorporates four bedrooms, four baths, a spacious living and dining room, a modern kitchen and two terraces.

The entrance is located on the middle level. As you enter, you pass through a marble-floored hall and reach the living and dining room. They have custom-made beechwood floors and the living room also has a partial glass floor. Next to the living room there’s a covered terrace featuring an exterior spiral staircase to the ground floor. As you pass the dining room you get into the contemporary kitchen that has ceramic tile floor.

On the top level are the master suite that is connected to an uncovered terrace. The ground level features three bedrooms with wooden floors, doors and shelving and with a lot of closet space. Also, there are two other rooms used as a family room and a study. These can be turned into bedroom if needed. The house also features a laundry facility and a wine cellar.Outside there’s a swimming pool surrounded by palm trees and other types of vegetation. Also, the parking space accommodates 5 cars.{found on nytimes}.

Published by in Real Estate, on August 23rd, 2011


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