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Spectacular Beach Residence with 4 Houses and 65.000 m² in Paraty



Beach Residence Paraty: composite property consisting of 4 independent high quality houses, a total of 8 suites and a private beach

General Description and Characteristics:

This beautiful property is composed of 04 charming independent single family homes and a private beach with crystal clear waters.
The houses have all been built built between the years 2002 and 2018, in colonial style and are very well decorated. Each house has: 02 suites, a living room, kitchen integrated into the room (open American style kitchen), laundry area and balcony with unobstructable sea views.
The property has got – in the external area – a gourmet place right by the sea, an ocean garage, in addition to a living area and water mirror for the family. The supply of energy is provided in a dual manner – by public water connection as well as artesian well water. It also has a generator in order to provide greater comfort.
Furthermore there are 02 private docks for boats, on one of them it is possible to install a helipad; 4 piers, being 2 piers for small vessels and 02 for medium vessels (up to 20 tons). It also has a large grass area, which can also be used for heliports.
The landscaping is another great differential of the property with fruit trees, a cozy vegetable garden and a large native palm heart forest.
The small and charming private beach, only 20 m long, is also a unique jewel of this property.
The total size of the land is 65.000 m², with 650 m² constructed area.

We accompany clients during the entire sales process and provide encompassing consulting services.

Additional Information about Paraty and Surroundings:

Paraty (also written Parati) is situated on the south coast of the state of Rio de Janeiro, being 258 kilometers from the state capital, the city of Rio de Janeiro.

The colonial city of Paraty and Ilha Grande were declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 2019, for their unique blend of historical and natural riches. It is the first mixed place (cultural and natural heritage) in Brazil.


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