This magnificent lake house in the La Siria development is located in the southwestern part of Antioquia, approximately 50 kilometers south of Medellin. Antioquia is a paradise with spectacular scenery, indigenous communities, archaeological legacies, local villages, ecological trekking, adventure sports, cycling – and an abundance of coffee villages. The countless rivers, creeks, waterfalls and the mountains in the area offer adventure tourists a big variety of activities to enjoy.
Villa Verde has amazing views of the surround hills including a spectacular view of Cerro Tusa, the world’s largest natural pyramid. Enjoy spacious well-manicured grounds, a theater room, wine cellar, and infinity edge pool including a swim up bar. Situated in the new high-end gated community of La Siria, a bit warmer than Medellin, this area is known for its hot days and cool nights as well as outstanding views. The house has a live-in maid as well as a full time caretaker to cater to your every need. Enjoy days and nights by the pool with 5 outdoor surround sound speakers. The development has security guards at each entrance and is very safe. The property contains many hiking trails and mountain bike paths as well as a large river just yards from the house. The house is situated on a small lake full of fish and migrating birds. A must see!
The capital of Antioquia known as “the city of flowers and eternal spring,” Medellín is the second most important city in Colombia. It is located in the center of the Aburrá Valley and is one of the main commercial and industrial centers of the country. This beautiful place with 3 million inhabitants is full of splendid gardens, parks, and museums, such as the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Anthropology. At the Zea Museum you can admire the work of many great artists, including the paintings and sculptures of the renowned Medellinense artist Fernando Botero. Educational centers such as the well-known University of Antioquia, the National University, the University of Medellín and the Pontifical Bolivariana University add to the culture-rich vibe in the city. In addition, there are many beautiful mansions, commercial centers, amusement parks, and nightclubs for endless entertainment. Medellín has the most modern transportation system in Colombia. There is a city train (the Metro of Medellín) and the amazing cable metro, part of the public transportation system, transports thousands of citizens every day via glass gondolas over the city. Nutibara Hill is known as the 'breathing area' of the city and features Pueblito Paisa, a replica of colonial-period Antioquian village.