Oct 062009

The Royal Golf Club neighborhood is without a doubt the finest in-town address of San Carlos, and Casa de Vida Nueva is without a doubt one of the Royal’s premier homes. Design inspiration for Casa de Vida Nueva arose from the lovely and grand style of the Spanish Colonial architecture, which the owner/designer favors.

The beauty of this home begins as you approach the semi-circular driveway. Large columns flank the home and she is cloaked in Mother Nature’s finery with lush lawns and mature vegetation. The exterior details hint at what awaits within.

Grand columns and a soaring barrel arch ceiling welcome you into the home with an old world faux interior finish to provide a sense of timelessness. The single story floor plan is open, inviting, and flows easily with a sense of comfort and grace. The Spanish influence is in every detail from the handcrafted wrought iron railings and dark wood cabinetry to the tumbled stone flooring and 12’ ceilings. The scent of the cedar cabinets permeates the home as you take in the richness of the interior furnishings.

Dramatic double doors lead to the exterior patio, which provides restful views of the golf course and extends your living space to the outdoors. Your vast entertainment area includes a wood-burning fireplace with several seating areas overlooking the cantera fountain and lush lawns. A garden of climbing vines and colorful bougainvillea provides a restful haven during the day or a lovely backdrop for evening dinners outdoors.

Perhaps Casa de Vida Nueva is meant to be a part of your new life? She awaits your visit.