This contemporary five-bedroom home overlooks Acapulco Bay from within the hillside gated community of Las Brisas in Acapulco, on Mexico’s Pacific Coast. The house was designed by the renowned Mexican architect Miguel Ángel Aragonés and completed last year, said Laura de la Torre de Skipsey, an agent with Mexico Sotheby’s International Realty, which has the listing.
“The design is very vertical,” she said, with more than 14,000 square feet of living space distributed across five floors. The spare white interiors, floor-to-ceiling glass walls, and neutral marble flooring can be lit up at night in soothing neon hues. Electronic shades throughout the house allow for sun cover and privacy.
The main entrance from the driveway opens into a hallway with stairs leading to the fourth-floor living area, an open, glass-walled space with sweeping bay views and 16-foot ceilings. An adjoining patio has an infinity pool. A wall separates the sleek Italian kitchen, which has a large center island and high-end appliances, from the living area.
Above the living area, on the roof, is a garden with a stone patio and marble bar. Below, on the third floor, there are two bedrooms large enough for king-size beds, as well as a family room with a kitchenette, a fully equipped cinema room, and a small exercise room with a massage table.
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