Experiential Luxury Living A Definition Of Today’s Luxury Home

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Luxury is only a word... until it brings the experience of a change in lifestyle.

In today's luxury home, architecture, nature and art blend together to redefine luxury, with homes that not only have quality and elegance, but exclusivity, craftsmanship, uniqueness, state-of-the-art design and amenities in total connection with nature, all in one package tailored to the needs and desires of a very sophisticated clientele.

Architectural luxury homes of this nature must offer utmost privacy and exclusivity. These are homes where time runs at a different speed and nature is blended in, as the most important part of the experience. They are relaxing and private, in perfect balance with nature.

Beyond fine crystal chandeliers, polished marble floors and granite, a new trend has emerged for high end buyers looking for a dimension of luxury defined by a change in lifestyle, where nature also takes its place, as part of the needs and desires of the high end buyer, creating extraordinary living experiences.

People buying property in Costa Rica as a second home, retirement home, or permanent residence, get much more than a house and a parcel, they get the experience of living in a tropical country with one of the best climates of the world.  In one of the most exotic destinations of the Americas, with a tiny total extension of 51,100 km2 that holds the largest biodiversity of the world per km2.

As stated in the last Haute Residence Summit in Miami, the high end luxury market is not a buyers' or sellers' market anymore, it has turned into a market of opportunity, where buyers normally search for properties to meet certain standards of a lifestyle, and budget limitations are not the number one criteria.

Costaricaluxury.com represents some of the most unique architectural homes for sale in Costa Rica. A country where peace and social stability are a treasure. Many families from all over the world move to Costa Rica for a change in lifestyle, better weather conditions all year round, and the fact that this small country of Latin America holds the largest biodiversity of the world in its tiny 51,100 Km2 of extension.

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