A distinguished project by the architect Juan Diego Vecino located in the heart of the town of José Ignacio, built with excellent top-quality materials in harmony with its fine and elegant decoration. Prepared as an inn and as a place to prepare exclusive signature dishes, it has a living room on the ground floor with armchairs, a TV, and a wood-burning stove. The dining area houses a center table and several smaller tables. A bar with stools separates the dining room from an equipped kitchen adapted to the needs of the inn. A guest bathroom and a bedroom with an en suite bathroom with access to a private patio complete the floor. Upstairs, a hall with large closets leads to three large bedrooms, all of them with en suite bathrooms. In the basement, there is the staff bedroom with a full bathroom, a utility room with a machine area, and another full bathroom. All bedrooms and bathrooms have sectored underfloor heating and reverse-cycle air conditioning. The living room and dining room have a variable refrigerant flow system (VRV). The openings are made of anodized aluminum and hermetically sealed double glazing. A carefully landscaped garden with plants and shrubs surrounds the entire house. Parking space for two vehicles.
José Ignacio, a fishing village turned chic resort, is a lively, bright extension of Punta del Este’s social scene, drawing celebrities and well-heeled visitors to beaches like Brava, also famous for surfing, and Mansa. The green peninsula is filled with yoga studios, cocktail bars, and steakhouses with terraces, often connected to modern hotels. The José Ignacio lighthouse has steps to the top, from where you can oversee the South Atlantic.