Magnificent Lux Villa, 2nd Green, Teeth of the Dog

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Description from the owner

  • Villa
  • 6 bedrooms
  • 8 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 7

Bedrooms: 6

Bathrooms: 8

Sleeps: 7

Type: Villa

Magnificent Lux Villa, 2nd Green, Teeth of the Dog

Within Casa de Campo a beautifully poised, private villa overlooking the 2nd Green of the Pete Dye designed Teeth of The Dog, awaits the most discriminating resort travelers. Casa De Campo resort defines the true Caribbean Paradise Vacation. Offering every amenity dreamed of in a lush, tropical getaway, Casa de Campo is Ranked Number One Best Golf Resort in the Caribbean by Travel and Leisure Golf Magazine. With world class dining and shopping, sun drenched beaches, tennis, horseback riding, kid’s camp, and more, Casa de Campo is perfect for friends, golf getaways, couples or the entire family. This beautiful villa has six luxurious bedroom ...Read more

About the owner

Kim Walter

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Magnificent Lux Villa, 2nd Green, Teeth of the Dog
La Romana, Dominican Republic
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Nearest Airport : La Romana at 5 Miles
Nearest Beach : 5 mins. by golf cart (rental recommended-$50/day) at 0.5 Miles
Nearest Barpub : 5 min. by golf cart (rental recommended-$50/day) at 0.5 Miles
Nearest Golf : 5 min. by golf cart (rental recommended-$50/day) at 0.5 Miles
Nearest Restaurant : 5 min. by golf cart (rental recommended-$50/day) at 0.5 Miles

In addition to the world-class golf and our lovely beaches, we highly recommend you not miss spending at least a partial day at Altos de Chavon, a recreation of a medieval European village conceived from the imagination of Roberto Copa, a former Paramount Studios set designer, and Charles Bluhdorn.

Its construction began in 1976 when the construction of a nearby road and bridge crossing the Chavon River had to be blasted through a mountain of stone. Charles Bludhorn, chairman of Gulf+Western, had the idea of using the stones to build a sixteenth century Mediterranean village. Construction was completed in the early 1980s. Narrow, cobble-covered alleyways lined with lanterns and shuttered limestone walls yield several good Mediterranean-style restaurants, a number of quaint shops featuring the diverse craftwork of local artisans, and three galleries exhibiting the talents of students from the on-site design school (La Escuela de Diseno, an affiliate of Parsons School of Design in New York City). Adding authenticity to the entire fantasy is the charming St. Stanislaus Church (Iglesia San Estanislao de Cracovia in Spanish) with its plaza and sparkling fountain that is a popular wedding venue. A Roman-styled 5,000-seat amphitheater hosts 20th century musical acts-The Pet Shop Boys, Frank Sinatra, and Julio Iglesias to name a few-while Genesis nightclub provides a popular dance venue for guests from the Casa de Campo resort nearby. Visitors shouldn't miss the Regional Museum of Archaeology (El Museo Arqueologico Regional), an astonishing collection of pre-Columbian Indian artifacts unearthed in the surrounding area. Altos de Chavon overlooks Rio Chavon and the Dye Fore golf course of Casa de Campo; both built by former Gulf+Western chairman Charles Bluhdorn. Don't forget the cameras - there are photo ops galore throughout this lovely village.



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