Costa Esmeralda is the pinnacle of luxury set within a dramatic and awe inspiring setting on the peninsula of the coast of Cofresi Beach. The planned 6-7 bedroom tropical luxurious stand-alone villas are completely furnished and designed for a comfortable yet dramatic living style.

    Modern design meets the tropics in these gorgeous beachside villas. Enjoy your panoramic view of the Hispaniola coast through the villa’s high glass walls. Lounge in your infinity pool as it seamlessly meets the horizon of the Caribbean Sea. Whether waking in the villa, swimming in pool, or enjoying a meal on the outdoor terrace, everywhere you look the lush landscape and sea surrounds you. It doesn’t get any better than this! The villas are designed around the art of outdoor living with spectacular amenities such as the terraces, pools and gazebos, making this the perfect landscape for entertaining yet is also private enough to enjoy its serene beauty without any fanfare.

    A grand foyer with two-story high vaulted ceilings and floating staircase welcome you as you enter the villa. Though impressive, its minimalist design is unobtrusive and never blocks your seaside view. All bedrooms include spacious walk-in closets and bathrooms equipped with modern fixtures. Panoramic views surround you in these spectacular villas.

    About the Architect – Johanne Gaetan Checo MeDrano

    Architect Johanne Gaetan Checo medrano was born in 1972 in the city of Santiago de los Caballeros, in the dominican Republic. It became obvious from an early age that he leaned towards the taste of art and architecture, and made his formal studies at the school of architecture of the Pontificia Universidad Católica madre y maestra of the city of Santiago in the 1990s. Then at the beginning of the new millennium, he did his master’s project in the school of architecture of the University of La Coruña in Bilbao, Spain.

    Johanne checo study architectural S.R.L., Signature, has two offices within the Dominican, the first located in the city of Santiago, where they developed urban projects such as “Hacienda Palmeral”, a residential project that skirts the field of Las Aromas Golf facilities, as well as several apartment buildings, malls, shops and cabanas located in the countryside on the mountains of Jarabacoa. Several of his designs have been featured in international magazines such as “Architectural Digest”.

    In 2005 he opened an office in Cabarete, that specializes in hospitality and tourism projects, as well as the ‘Gran Cabanna Beach Club Spa and Resort’, in addition to several second home condominium buildings, villas, bars, and restaurants.

    The firm also works on community service projects such as literacy programs in the Dominican Republic by designing polytechnics, community centers, music schools and sports fields.

    The heart of a Checo design is always aimed at the comfort, flexibility and productivity of the spaces to be consistent with the lifestyle and need of each client. the firm is known for breaking up traditional architecture by mixing it with a touch of modernism thereby creating art with a combination of styles.