House designed by the architect Cazú Zegers, on a 5-hectare site. Recognized as the Rectangle House, built-in native woods in a traditional way. The house's architecture puts the accent on the curved roof that seeks to solve the rains with the double-height interior space.
It is a house surrounded by forest and opens onto the lake with a northeast orientation, which takes advantage of a privileged view and light during most of the day.
The land is inserted in 50 hectares, whose central axis is the horses and the forest.
The house is sold furnished and is distributed as follows:
The master bedroom and its bathroom are on the first floor, a kitchen integrated into the dining room and the living room.
The second floor has 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom.
Outside it has a large covered terrace, a dining table, a wooden hot tub, and an area designed for roasts.
The house is heated by wood, with a fireplace in the living room, slow combustion in the master bedroom, and a wood stove that heats the house.
In addition, it has a large garden, and the land has trails to go through a forest of myrtles and lingues and corrals for horses, mangers, and 2 storage sheds.