Cerro Alto Modern House welcomes you with a bridged and tropical entrance framed by exotic planters on either side. The spectacular main door is made out of glass and iron detailing, opening to the foyer that introduces contemporary styling by architect Federico Castro. Double-height ceilings, plenty of natural light and open areas.
The social area is located down the staircase in the main level. Double-height ceilings, wood floors and expansive floor-to-ceiling windows define the integrated social area of Cerro Alto Modern House. At its center, the living room shares an integrated area with a secondary dining room, both with expansive city views, ample spacing and access to a relaxing terrace. The sun-lit ambience add warmth to the home’s contemporary style.
The main dining room is semi-integrated with the social area and also includes a stainless steel BBQ and smoke extractor for year-round enjoyment. A winery and smooth grey cabinets with dark-toned countertops complement the area and create an atmosphere meant to create, share and entertain.
Separate from the social area, the kitchen offers a refreshing feel with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the gardens. A central counter with grey quartz tops, prep sink and modern hanging lamps above, complete the breakfast area.