Casa Ilyana is an impressive, 6-bedroom exquisite mansion, exclusively located on the private, world class marina of Puerto Aventuras. Your mouth is sure to drop as you enter and gaze upon this absolutely gorgeous home! Extremely spacious and fully equipped, this property has anything you could ever need and more for your perfect mansion in the tropical Caribbean.
The Macedonian tiles are around the house top to bottom, in all areas and rooms of the house. All appliances and finishings are top quality and were picked to last. There are ceiling fans throughout the house, along with recessed and directional lighting, perfect for lighting up the house at night and entertaining.
All woodwork is hand carved, by the same company, adding a special, custom touch to the home, which is consistent throughout. All iron touches on exterior of Casa Ilyana are actually painted aluminum, which will not rust in the Caribbean climate. The house is also equipped with exterior lighting, perfect for illuminating the house at night, including the pool area.
The rooftop boasts a large covered Palapa lounge area, great for relaxing with friends in the fresh air. The private pool is perfectly pristine and has a jacuzzi to enjoy on the cooler nights in the Riviera Maya. There are loungers and chairs galore for you and your loved ones to kick back and watch the yachts go by. The construction process was extensively overseen by the owner!
This property is definitely one of the nicest, most exclusive, luxurious on the market. All touches and details are high quality and very unique, making this house special! Take advantage of this real estate opportunity and make this incredible mansion your new vacation home!
The construction was greatly overseen by the owner, his two designers, his principal architect, his Macedonian architect, his architects from Merida who designed the kitchen and all exposed wood structures; and in addition his maestro, the best forged aluminum artesian craftsman.
The owner had two expensive soil studies done prior to any construction which resulted in them drilling about 45 pylons deep into the ground to support all the weight. The architects have stated that this house has a 300-year age span if well-maintained.