casa-copal

Copal Lot U6

The grandest of all the homes, Copal sits on the largest lot with 4,200 sqf. of land.  A floating staircase to living quarters along the left wall adds simplistic style, with living, dining and kitchen areas wrapping around the pool and gardens.  Featuring tzalam wooden inlay above the dining and living rooms, and an outdoor entertainment space with pergola cover and outdoor barbecue and kitchen.  On the second story, the first bedroom opens to a wrap-around terrace, with on-suite bath and walk-in closet.  The second bedroom and master bedrooms share a spacious terrace overlooking the pool and gardens, with master bath featuring double sinks and large soaking tub. 

Add the guest house, and create a true hacienda feel with a space wrapping around the pool and gardens, on the far side of the lot.  With the guest house all on one level, this creates an additional feature for the second and master bedroom above, making an outdoor living space for entertainment and gathering, cooled by the fresh breeze.

Copal home has an additional upgrade, going to the very top of the home with a sunlit roof garden, including outdoor kitchen, pergola and jacuzzi.  Watch the sunsets and experience life in the tree tops from above.  A space to live, relax and connect with nature


Copal Lot 6 Details

3 bed 3.5 bath home with optional guest house and roof garden

Main House 223.95 sqm / 2,410 sqf

Guest House 57.33 sqm / 616.87 sqf

Pergola / Roof Garden 55.61 sqm / 598 sqf

Terraces and balconies 36.22 sqm / 390 sqf

Pool 23.24 sqm / 251.14 sqf

Lot size 391.66 sqm / 4,214 sqf


Copal is a Spanish variant of the Nahuatl word copalli meaning "incense." The Mayan names for copal resin are pom, poom, or poomte. Copal played a very important role in the ancient Mayan religion once it was considered the food of the gods and was burned as offerings to them. Today, although few if any Maya or Nahuatl people continue to worship the old gods, copal is still used for ritual purification and other traditional ceremonies, and is often burned at mainstream Mexican celebrations such as the Day of the Dead.


Floor Plans

 

Lot U6 Main House + Guest House + Roof Garden Ground Level

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Lot U6 Main House + Guest House + Roof Garden First Level

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Lot U6 Main House + Guest House + Roof Garden  Second Level

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