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Casa dos estrellas

Casa Dos Estrellas, a jewel of Careyes, is a Coastal Pacific Mexican storybook seven bedroom villa created by world renown architect Manolo Mestre. Crested high on a cliff, Casa Dos Estrellas is a sensual and glamourous tropical retreat with dreamy views of Careyes from every room and from the rooftops, spellbinding 360 views of all Careyes.

Vivid interiors and ocean vistas create a joyful atmosphere at this cliff-top villa overlooking an intense blue sea, Casa dos Estrellas boasts magnificent views from every room.

filmmaker: La Punta Realty

country: Mexico

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