Lineal, is Spanish for Linear which is how this layout is configured, rooms cascading from one to the other, providing great flow of the spaces. The public spaces of this home are separated from the master bedroom by a courtyard that provides light and air.
Entering this house, there is a water mirror and Lock-Off stairs leading to a casita on the second floor at the entrance. The Living room, kitchen, dining room are in the ground level as well as a master bedroom with a walk-in closet and bathroom. A laundry room, storage room and a half bathroom is located beside the stairs that take you to the second floor.
Another bedroom of the main house is located at the second floor with a walk-in closet and a bathroom.
The casita has its own dining/living room, a courtyard and a bedroom with a bathroom.
Both the main house and the casita benefit from having independent roof terraces.
The Aldaba project, located within just a 10 minute walk to the center of town, proposes a low impact urban development with pedestrian streets and sustainable features.
The units are positioned in such a way that the residents are able to enjoy an ambiance that will have all the essence of the city, between streets that turn into plazas, providing pleasant walks.
This distribution allows for parks, private, semi public and public spaces to be created. Allowing interaction with the setting in a myriad of ways.
Some of the units have been conceived to have a Lock Off section, which allows for privacy and the ability to rent out independently.
Some of the amenities are: Pedestrian streets, Club house, Ravine, Plazas, Terraces, Parking.