Las Cascadas, Río Blanco, Osorno
Just 60 km from Puerto Varas, in the vicinity of Las Cascadas, at the foot of the Osorno volcano, is "Fundo Chodhueco" unique in its kind, wonderful forests and 500 meters of private beach, privileged views of Lake Llanquihue and the Osorno and Calbuco volcanoes, making this property a breathtaking and magical place. This property has 325 hectares, of which 6.5 hectares are located on the shores of Lake Llanquihue, where the main house of 400m2 is found, a guesthouse of 64m2, a barbecue area of 100m2 and a boathouse of 100m2. All of this has been recently built, only 5 years ago. It has a private sand beach 500 meters long easy access, a marina and a pier. Home: The house is accessed through a glazed wooden door, to a hall with stone wall. On the first floor is the living room separated by a large fireplace and wood veneered stone, large windows allow you to contemplate the incredible views of the lake. From the living room you can access a panoramic terrace with Jacuzzi. The kitchen is fully equipped with gas hob, electric oven, microwave and dishwasher, has a counter that divides the eat-in kitchen. It has a modern guest bathroom and stone cladding in rusty mosaic. The entire first floor has ceramic floors and exposed beams . The second floor is accessed by a wooden staircase, glazed raulí wooden doors divide the second floor in 2 sectors, the first, contemplates a family room with a stone wall, master suite with a walk-in closet and office, the bedroom has double height ceilings, exposed beams, and large windows overlooking the lake and the garden. In second area there is a long hallway, through which you can access 4 bedrooms, 3 of them of the same size, each with balcony and view of the lake, and the 4 is the largest bedroom overlooking the lake and the garden. In addition, this area has 2 bathrooms with porcelain tile floors, ceramic walls and wooden vanities. The second floor has laminate floor except for 3 bedrooms that have wall to wall carpet. On the third floor there is a large attic, with windows, abedroom and a storage room. All the doors of the house are made of raulí wood. The heating is geothermal, uses electricity and water from the lake, the first floor is heated by radiant floor and the second floor through radiators. The family room has air conditioning. laundry and covered parking for 2 cars with direct access to the kitchen. The house is very well insulated polyurethane projected throughout its perimeter and roof, protected by a waterproof membrane and covered with cement. Inside, the house has walls covered in Etruscan flagstone, cypress wood and volcanite. Guest cabin: 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and living-dining room with kitchenette, porcelain tile floor, double paned windows and slow burning Bosca heating. Barbecue area: capacity to receive 60 people, ample spaces, double height ceiling, exposed beams made out of oregon pine and cypress wood lining, porcelain floor, walls covered in Etruscan stone, volcanite and cypress wood. It includes a large barbecue, hood, kitchen, bathroom, living and dining room with access to a concrete terrace with porcelain flooring, heating type slow combustion Bosca. In addition, it has a room to practice archery 20 meters long. The construction of the cabin and the barbecue is similar to the house. In addition, each of these constructions has its own boiler. Boat house: Includes staff quarter with a bathroom, and tool workshop. All the constructions are located within a carefully maintained ground, with perimeter closures, security cameras and automatic gate, giving it high security. It is sold fully furnished and with the equipment and machinery for the maintenance of the field. On the other side of the road, we find 319 hectares, which are located on the slopes of the Osorno Volcano. This tremendous land has been carefully cared for, cleaning without disturbing the native forest, quilas have been extracted and pasture has been planted achieving 170 hectares totally clean, in which you can easily walk and observe the centenary native trees, such as ulmos, tepas, laurels, among others. In addition, about 4 thousand new species have been planted among oaks and chestnuts, about 8 years old.