Breaking architectural records this 100% self-sustainable private home is a revolution in the Costa Rican jungle where scarlet macaws fly overhead.
Close to the Corcovado National Park, Casa Iseami, built entirely with recyclable materials, runs off solar energy and a low impact hydroelectric system.
Accommodating a maximum of six, there are three bedrooms, all en-suite. The master bedroom affords a 360 degree ocean view. Floor to ceiling glass walls provide outstanding views to the verdant forests and deep blue waters of the Pacific, as well as the dramatic sunsets.
There is a large infinity pool and a balcony perfect for outdoor dining. A state of the art kitchen is available, but mostly for the private chef to prepare all customised meals.