Located on the Mexican coast, Casa Tokase enjoys an exceptionally natural setting. As a tribute to its splendid environment, the villa’s architecture is open to the exterior.
Casa Tokase, a Mexican villa
This magnificent villa is located south of California, in the heart of the city of Cabo San Lucas. Created by the architect Stephen Berman, Casa Tokase was drawn and built by following the region’s local aesthetic codes.
In addition to local traditions, the villa has resolutely contemporary lines, making this villa original and impressive. With an incomparable view over the beach and the ocean, the villa has large outside spaces. To fully enjoy its exceptional setting, most volumes open onto the gardens and the beach.
Quite unusual but nonetheless wonderful, the villa’s entrance opens onto two large pools in reference to the sea which is only a few minutes away.
A meticulously though out design
This impressive villa encourages its occupants to take their time and enjoy the present. The villa is made up of 5 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms, keeping in tune with each guest’s and resident’s needs.
A bar, an open plan kitchen, a private cinema, a large living room and a fitness room occupy the 1 858 m2 of this Mexican villa. A garage accommodating three luxury cars is also available to the villa’s proprietors.
Outside, a large terrace offers a wide sunlit space and a heated swimming pool looks down upon the city.
The Casa Tokase has a variety of commodities, including an entrance within one of the biggest selective clubs of the region, the Beach Club & Spa Cabo.