Idaho Condominiums | Los Cabos
Concrete slabs, carefully divided by elegantly placed river pebbles, guide to a white door illuminated by a small wall fixture. The cacti around, nesting in the coarse desert sand, seem to stand guard in front of the door. Upon entering, a sign reads the feeling created by such beauty around. “Mi casa es mi casa”, it reads. My house is my home. Water views from the living room greet you, the pictures dont do it justice.
The sand colored walls seem to break the white floor, and ascend towards the pearl ceiling. A wooden bar, by the kitchen, is dressed in white paint. The vast living room takes the place of the would-have-been dinner. Three stone slabs are placed in the right side, perfectly matching the rest of the home. Resting spots for the things you bring in from the outside. Three wooden bar stools crowned with small couches make the role of dining chairs. White tiles adorn the countertop, and colorful, artisan tiles line the sides.
The white-ish wood of the kitchen cabinets seems to blend into the white appliances. This way, the refrigerator and stove seem part of the countertop and lower cabinets, while the upper ones seem to be just a continuation of the previous. The two parts blend, yet never touch. This kitchen is fully equipped for your use.
This unit is cooled by a Central Air Conditioning System, a big requirement in this land of heat. Yet, despite the modern commodities it offers, there is no Wi-Fi or Cable T.V. Thus, it becomes the perfect retreat, back into the basics, for meeting once more with nature, and the millions of lights that shine in the Desert Night. There is a DVD player in the living room, but the stars and dancing waves under the moon light provide such a show, the rest becomes insubstantial for a while.
The flowery couches in the living room seem to provide life in this home, while a wooden chest serves as a coffee table. Paintings and ornate vases are present, and seem to enhance the sheer size of the entertainment Centre. This carpentry feat sits calmly in the living room, between a blue and gold vase, and a water dispenser, dwarfing them both.
To the right, the master room awaits. Its King Size bed is crowned by a wood and metal headrest, reminiscing of the rising Sun. To each side, nightstands hold small suns in metal frames. A blue couch with matching Ottoman waits by the window, perfect for gazing at the horizon in the early mornings, or the middle of Dusk. A mirror framed by flowers and a small chair in wood weave provide the accommodations for the Vanity. A large closet in white wood sits by the bed, and guides to the master bath.
The knee-high wall of the shower prevents water splashing from inside, and the fish that are pinned to the wall seem to flow out of the shower and into the sink. Simplicity is the key. The paint and tiles seem to remember the Age Old Haciendas in Mexico.
The guest bedroom sports a Double bed, and metal fish seem to swim inside the wooden frame. A wood lined mirror and a T.V. set are here as well. The closet, which matches the master in color and style, is available inside the room.
From the living room and the master room, the terrace can be accessed by simply opening the sliding glass doors.
Once outside, the world changes. The cool atmosphere turns hot, and begs for a touch of the liquid freshness of the pool. Two lounge chairs wait for you to bask in the sun, and four plastic chairs stand here for afternoons with cold beverages by the pool. A small table with an umbrella provides comfort for barbeques outside.
Outside, hidden from the powerful sun, is a washing center, available for your use.
Right on the “Puesta del Sol” street, Sunset Street, is this beautiful home. We hope that, in here, all your dreams come true.
****Wireless internet on unit available for guests*****
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