If you’ve always had a distinct connection with Mowgli, the main character of The Jungle Book, and you’ve dreamed about a home surrounded by soaring trees and greenery, then Casa Papelillos in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico may be your dream come true. Here are 20 photo reasons that might just convince you….Designed by renown architect Ricardo Elias, Casa Papelillos was built with nature in mind. As you can see, rather than cutting the trees to make room for the home, the balconies were specifically made to include the trees in its design.The inside of the home is no less beautiful. Minimalistic in design, the grand entrance has but a single red wicker chair with a tree just beyond the glass, giving guests a taste of what’s to come.To the right past the bright yellow accent wall, you’ll find the main indoor living room combined with the dining room thanks to its open-concept. Unlike most dining tables that are rectangular, this one is a square which makes sharing meals that much more intimate.The modern kitchen also offers glorious view of the great outdoors. Its design is simple yet contemporary, offering a burst of color with its wall of orange cabinetry. Casa Papelillos boasts five full bedrooms with their own personal en suite each more luxe than the last (with a total of eight full baths and one partial bath). The master bedroom features soaring ceilings, a television on a swivel stand and your own personal study.The en-suite contains a double sink, tub and walk-in shower. Oh, and did we mention you also had your own balcony? Because you do!The rest of the bedrooms and bathrooms embody the same modern, simplistic design as the rest of the home. Casa Papelillos also features a media room, temperature-controlled wine cellar, laundry room and a garage big enough to fit 2 cars.But this home’s outdoor spaces are really what gives it life.There are countless places to sit down and enjoy a good book or have a meal while feeling the ocean breeze kiss your face.Watch the sunset on this glass-encased covered pavilion or whilst taking a dip in the heated infinity-edge pool. For just under $7 million, it could all be yours.