This charming and spacious Provencal villa is located in the very private, gated, community of Las Brisas de Chicureo, in the northern part of greater Santiago.
It features 6 bedrooms and 5 1/2 bathrooms in over 4,500 sq.ft. of space, in a peaceful one acre lot. The clear air, views of the surrounding hills, and starry nights, are highlights of the Chicureo area. So, yes, you are in greater Santiago, but at the same time you are not. The Chicureo nights were not the ones to inspire Neruda's odes, but they very well could have. The home also has a large swimming pool (and related paraphernalia) overlooking the Andes. It also has a professionally maintained vegetable garden that can provide seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables to the kitchen table. All modern amenities are provided (desktop monitor, wifi, satellite TV, Bose sound system, bluetooth devices). After a day (or days) of excursions, you will be pleased to come back to the comforts of our villa.
All this just a 30-minute drive from Santiago's international airport via highway.
While getting the sense of 'being in the countryside', the villa is also near multiple shopping malls, supermarkets, restaurants, and cafes. We are a 5-minute drive from Los Libertadores highway, and from there via Santiago's modern highway system it is only 15 minutes to Las Condes, and 20 minutes to downtown Santiago.
A full time housekeeper, personal chef, and or a full time driver, can also be arranged separately and upon request. For those interested, we can also arrange access to the Club de Golf Las Brisas de Chicureo, spas, and facilities. For all these services you would pay the providers directly.
"Si vas para Chile..." says that beautiful local folk song. If you are coming to Chile, we will be happy to help you enjoy your stay.
As you will see in the reviews here, while we strive to make sure everything is ready for your stay, we will also react promptly if you have any special requests. Make our Chicureo villa part of your Chilean adventure.
Buen viaje y bienvenidos a nuestro "cachito" (Nat King Cole in Spanish anyone?) de Chilito (diminutives are part of the local lingo).