This Sao Paulo Mansion is Sexy and Serene

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If you’ve ever wanted a home which feels like you’re “walking on sunshine”, you may want to take a look at this eight-bedroom Brazilian home which is definitely one with nature.

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This 40-acre estate in Sao Paulo, Brazil is currently being listed at Christie’s International Real Estate for $11.5 million. The firm who designed the home has won many awards for this building and after taking a look both inside and out, we’re not surprised why!

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The home was purposely designed to blend seamlessly with its surroundings, importing nature indoors with the use of open outdoor areas and loads of glass walls to bring in as much sunlight as possible.
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The home has a total of 33,615 square feet of interior room (not including the terraces) and is mostly made of eco-friendly wood-framed concrete and steel. Despite its rough materials, however, it becomes one with the surrounding forest quite easily.
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The Grid House’s main area includes a bathroom, social area, kitchen, owner’s apartment, a guest room and three other living areas all connected by walkways laid with wood. Each of the aforementioned living areas have two bedrooms each which means your guests can interact with the owners but can sleep in their own separate living quarters, much like a resort.
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Inside the main home, which is perched on a hill, the rooms are mostly neutral yet warm in color and decor with some rustic features such as this fireplace in the bedroom.

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The property also features a four-car garage, maid quarters, a housekeeper’s residence, tennis court and a roof garden (in case the forest around you wasn’t interesting enough!)

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The main dining room area holds a table which can easily host twelve guests adjacent to a rustic kitchen with plenty of character.

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With so much lush greenery to explore and appreciate, this is truly a nature lover’s dream home.

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[ Source: Airows ]

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