Five Falls Estate - 7 Bedrooms (including loft ) 3.5+ Baths - (Sleeps 15 to 18)
Master Suite - Includes vaulted ceiling, sitting room with coffee bar, wet bar, TV, DVD, private lanai and 150 square-foot master bath. Stereo sound in master bedroom, shower and on outside lanai porch. Beds: 3 King Bed 1 Queen Bed 1 Double Bed 1 Twin/Single Bed 1 queen air-matress Skip to the house website link at very bottom for most photos and information.
Pool / Spa
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
No smoking - No smoking inside houseNo smoking inside house
Max guests: 18
Minimum age of primary renter:
- English, Spanish
The owner is an award winning designer/developer who has worked with theme park architects and engineers to create this ONE-OF-A-KIND paradise which is more than a luxury estate. It is an entertainment venue where parents and children can have fun and quality time together.
Owner purchased this estate in 2001
Why Owner chose Media
THE LEGEND OF KUKLAMUNGA FALLS Years ago, when rivers and streams doubled as America’s highways, Ridley Creek was a popular trade route for Minquas and Susquehanna Indians. Minquas Path, behind the house later became known as The Great Trail and was used to transport thousands of beaver skins to the first Dutch trading posts on the Delaware River. One cool evening, Chief Choo stumbled away from a campsite along the trail and returned telling tales of a tropical rock canyon with warm waterfalls and hot water swimming holes. Most thought Choo was crazy or “kookoo”, but he soon was joined by a host of good friends who would bring food and spirits and sneak off to the falls. These people became known as the Kookachoos, and they called the falls “Kuklamunga”. These customs were passed on from generation to generation until the falls were tragically buried by the construction of U.S. Route 1. Giovanni Cacciutti learned about the Kukachoos and stumbled across a map of Kuklamunga Falls while researching the roots of similar-sounding names. In the year 2000, they excavated the canyon down to the rare geocentric fissure that is responsible for the tropical anomaly and designed a house around it. Welcome friends and guests to Kuklamunga Falls. Together we hope to carry on the legacy of the Kukachoos.