The Sofia Mansion

The Sofia Mansion is the largest residential unit in Puerto Rico, with 17,800 square feet – 12,000 of net livable area – of solid construction distributed in four stories.

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The Mansion also includes a 13,000 square feet of patio platforms floored with travertine stone. that run at three levels differentiation of 8 feet each (O to 24 feet) surrounded by a pool, spa and extensive gardens and landscape with illumination and music. Local architect Francisco Paredes Luciano designed the Mansion in 2004. Construction began on January 2005 and first occupied in March 2008.

*Conditions: There is a three night minimum stay.The maximum number of guests is 24, including children. This property does not accommodate large parties that include inviting guests not staying on the property.

Price does not include taxes and fees. Premium rates apply from December 20th – January 6th.

Rates

  • Per Night: $4,500*
  • Holidays: $5,000*
  • Winter Holiday: $7,000*
  • Weekly: $30,000*

Layout

Fourth Floor

A Family, Bar, Game and Theater Room with a large open terrace. The theater is fully equipped with an Optoma Projector, a Stewart Film Luxus model A ElectriScreen 100″ diagonal, a 50″ Panasonic Full HD Pro-Plasma, Marantz 7.1 THX 125 Watts per channel, Pinnacle Super K-555, and Ultrasonic 880 Watts Bipole Sub-Woofer audio systems and a remote control by Logitech model Harmony 1000. Also the game room has a Brunswick’s 9′ Gold Crown Competition pool table (mahogany with nickel) illuminated by the Gold Crown Table Light and a Centennial Floor Rack; a bar custom built of solid sapele (West African tree similar to mahogany) wood and panels, ½ bathroom, a mechanical and storage room.

Third Floor

Entrance with a solid mahogany two piece door, foyer, five (5) bedrooms with solid handmade doors and frames at its entrance, each equipped with full baths and their walls covered from floor to ceiling with boticcino marble, and the master, with crema-marfil marble, with walk-in closets, two balconies with stainless steel railings,; all embraced in its allies by a 134 solid Honduran mahogany wood balusters railing further herein described.

Second Floor

Living Room with a display of eclectic pieces of antique Asian, Far East and European furniture, accompanied by a Schimmel Konzert Piano (model K-169 TI-H) ebony finish with intarsias and equipped with a Piano Disc system for autonomous playing; a Dining Room with a table made of amazon woods and two pieces of white quartz that sits up to 24 persons, and lighted in its center by a hanging opaque 100 pieces of glass imitating leaves lamp; a Decanter Room with Art Novo furniture and a 642 bottle cedar wood Wine Cellar; a modern Italian cabinet kitchen; a large combined interior and open terrace; visitor’s half bathroom; and a marble stair conducting to the house third level.

First Floor/Patio

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