"Bajacu", which means "rising sun", is a stunning estate located on one of the most unspoiled destinations in the Caribbean. A remarkable new home ('2004) Bajacu is nestled on the top of a hilltop in the middle of an eleven acre gated estate surrounded by lush tropical gardens with over 100 trees (coconut, royal palm, fruit etc.) and a myriad of bushes and brilliant tropical flowers (bougainvilleas, jasmine, frangipani etc.).
The views from the villa are truly magnificent and the clear waters and adjacent reefs a paradise for snorkelers and divers. The home was designed by Marco Aldaco, the world famous Mexican architect , who has been featured on numerous occasions in Architectural Digest (the last in May '2004) as well as other publications and art books.
The interiors are designed against a back-drop of terra cotta colored walls with tiled floors. Textures of rattan and tile complement the villa's dramatic architecture. Bajacu's verandahs and flower hung balconies evoke a Mediterranean ambiance-all enhanced by spectacular sea views. Tiled and cobblestone pathways meander around the grounds and lead to the various areas of the estate.
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