Cabrera Ocean Front Peninsula – $8,300,000 – Cabrera
El Puerto – is a triangular peninsula with two sides of the property fronting on the ocean. It has the potential for mixed-use development, combining residential and multi-family development. This peninsula could be a unique gated community which could include a hotel with spectacular ocean views or a bed-and-breakfast project for more privacy and intimacy. It would also be ideal for an equestrian community with small ranches and a central equestrian center. Each ranch house could have its own ocean view. Because of the farm-like nature of the property, it could be laced with riding trails that have both ocean views and shaded pathways.
The surrounding area is pristine and unpopulated with underground springs supplying abundant fresh water. The first phase of Playa Grande being developed is the Aman Golf Resort which includes: the renovation of the existing legendary Robert Trent Jones Sr. golf course by his son Rees Jones and the development of a 30-suite Aman Resort together with a beach club, a new Aman Clubhouse and a limited number of golf, beach and cliff-side Aman villas for sale, all with spectacular ocean views.
Cabrera is on the north coast of the Dominican Republic and it is approximately mid-way between two International Airports. To the west about 1 hour is Gregorio Luperón Intermational Airport (POP) and to the east about 45 minutes is Samaná El Catey International Airport. It is the perfect place to relax and unwind and is well-known for the quantity of impressive luxury villas. Approximately 10 minutes to the west is the Playa Grande Club and Reserve currently under re-development. It has stunning beaches and is home to the Robert Trent Jones, Sr. designed golf course. Playa Grande is an unusually beautiful place. It is a virtually untouched land with a natural beauty framed by soft green mountains that culminate in a plateau of rolling hills, lush with native trees and royal palms.
Equestrian Community Option – This property could be developed into an ocean-front Equestrian Community. The 140,000 square meters of land, which is approximately 35 acres, could be parceled into ranch sites approximately 5 acres in size. If that were done, there would be an additional 5 acres available for a community equestrian center. The remaining land area would be allocated to roads and common area grounds. The photo below is a possible site plan.