Situated on one of the most stunning lots overlooking the Whale’s Tail above Uvita in the neighborhood of Bejuco, this well built home features a partially paved turn around driveway, extensively engineered underground and above ground drainage and retention systems, mature landscaping with a wide variety of producing trees, including Lime, Mango, Guava, Guayaba, Mamones, Avaocado, Coconuts, Pineapples, Bananas, Llang Llang, and many more. There are several locations where a small guest house could be built on the property, both above the driveway and on an uncleared area of the property to the South. The house was constructed using a hybrid Covintec system. It is lighter, stronger, and deeper than traditional construction and is essentially bulletproof engineering. It is 3 times stronger and 30% lighter than block. Roof is constructed of 4x4” welded box beams. The whole house is virtually a solid pour of concrete around reinforced earthquake resistant structural insulation. The house has two foundations, as the first one was not up to the owner’s standards. The entire footprint was widened. 28 Columns that are 1mx1m go between 3 to 5 meters deep and are heavily reinforced with rebar. Connected by concrete seismic beams, and reinforced concrete columns. The house has been through some of the most intense rain storms and earthquakes in half a century over the past 9 years, and we sleep well knowing that there is not so much as a surface crack! The house, while extremely light and strong, is overbuilt and engineered so that every drop of water is controlled. The style is a Spanish Modern, incorporating many arches and a Whales Tail theme. There is truly not a better view of the Whale’s Tail in existence. The main house was begun in 2005 and completed in 2007. The house is 304.2 sq meters, or 3275 sq feet. The pool and deck were completed in 2010. Outdoor teak shower completed 2012 Kitchen Remodeled 2013 with beautiful white granite and Farm House sink! Custom Cedar cabinets. Roof repainted Café Maduro in 2013 ICE Electrical Service and 12 KW Backup Generator, extremely quiet and efficient with dedicated room. Water supply is from La Guagara Water system. The water comes from a series of springs up the mountain in an area called Aguas Buenas. It is incredibly clean, clear and cold, coming from deep within the mountain. The system serves several resorts and hotels as well as scores of houses in Bejuco, Rancho Pacifico, and Whales and Dolphins Road. Plans are in the works to issue all users meters and upgrades are ongoing. The house has a separate 5000 Liter dedicated tank that gravity feeds to pressurize the house. No electrical pumps or accumulator tanks. My family and I drank the water unfiltered for years and never had any problems. The 6 stage UV water filtration system was added to give renters piece of mind. It is the same system used by bottled water manufacturers.