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Caribbean Beach Home in Grand Classic Tropical Style

This is an aerial view of the entire beachfront of the property. Here you can see the various sitting areas by the beach and the borders of tall tropical trees on both sides. Image courtesy of

A waterfront estate was built way back in 1982 in a grand classic tropical-style located in the Dominican Republic of the Caribbean. This estate is now on the market priced at $19.5 million.

The Tropical-style beach house is measured at 35,000 square feet with seven bedrooms and ten bathrooms. It has indoor and outdoor living areas that have bedroom suites in a tower wing with stunning ocean views and a large chef’s kitchen. Aside from its white sand beach and its own dock surrounded by a forest of palms, it also has a large pool patio.

This waterfront estate in one of the Caribbean’s best getaways is listed by the Casa de Campo Real Estate.

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To the surprise of many, the Dominican Republic is the most popular tourist destination in the Caribbean. While the Virgin Islands and the Bahamas and now Cuba get most of the publicity, it is Dominican with its diversity from the tallest Caribbean mountain, Pico Duarte at 10,164 feet above sea level, to Lake Enriquillo, which is 148 feet below sea level, the lowest point in the Caribbean, that attracts about 5 million visitors per year.

Between those extremes are rivers, valleys, coastal plains, more lakes and lagoons, and beautiful white sand beaches with palm trees leaning in the direction of the breeze off the water. Nightclubs in the seaside resort hotels host some of the best merengue and salsa bands on this side of Havana. Whale watching, whitewater rafting or walk through history in the oldest city in the New World, Zona Colonial in Santo Domingo. With never-ending activities and movie-set beaches, the Dominican Republic is one of the Caribbean’s best getaways.

Currently offered for sale by its original owner is a waterfront estate with white sand beach and its own dock surrounded by a forest of palms. Access is down a long private drive through an arching alee of bamboo. The 35,000-square-foot home is clearly tropical and open to the tradewinds with huge areas for entertaining or enjoying a private moment enjoying views of the water.

Built in 1982 in grand classic tropical style, the seven-bedroom, ten bath mansion will accommodate a large number of friends and extended family. Graced with indoor and outdoor living areas and large pool patio, bedroom suites are in a tower wing with stunning ocean views. The chef’s kitchen is perfect for feeding the family or for catering a large event.

Tropical grand beachfront estate in the popular Dominican Republic, priced at $19.5 million.