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Provaltur International Inc. announces the very best of the best!

CASA DE CAMPO, Dominican Republic, Sept. 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- This is a rare moment in the history of one of the most cherished resorts in the Caribbean.  Two of the most luxurious properties in the unique location of Casa de Campo in the Dominican Republic will be sold under the Christie's International Real Estate Bespoke Program by Provaltur International Inc.


The Bespoke Program, which is a tailored made marketing program for the most valuable properties in the world, showcase two of the most desired properties of the five-star Casa de Campo.  The spectacular 3-acre peninsular estate, Casa Palapa, featured by the Wall Street Journal and previously offered for sale at $ 20.0 million and Punta Minitas 34, the palatial estate with private beach, before offered at 25.0 million, cover of Christie's magazine last March 2013.

Fit for a king, Punta Minitas 34 has its gold story. Visiting celebrities continuously accommodated in this incredible property.

The most impressive Casa Palapa is located at the very heart of the resort, although the sense of ease and seclusion is palpable. Stretching out into the Caribbean Sea, Casa Palapa offers wonderful vistas that embellish the magic of this property. Designed by Marco Aldaco, the Yacqui Mexican Indian architect, named among the 100 best architects in the world by Architectural Digest, the hand of a master is to be found everywhere. Casa Palapa provides a blissful escape in a perfect tropical setting. It was originally offered for 20.0 million, but will now be sold for only 16.5 million.

According to Cesar Herrera, owner of Provaltur International, "Those who are familiar with Caribbean real estate will understand the superior value and quality of life offered by Casa de Campo, definitely a very exceptional luxury market in which these two properties outstand. "We are proud to sponsor these unique homes that have never been for sale at those prices before. The very best of the best!"

Sales of high-end Caribbean properties have increased in recent months. Luxury purchasers have demonstrated time and again that Casa de Campo is their preferred investment location and nearly 95% of purchasers over the last year have been foreign buyers.

About Casa de Campo: Renowned as the Caribbean's most complete resort, its 7,000 acres include sprawling enclaves of world-class trophy homes. The international airport is only ten minutes away; Miami is just over two hours. Casa de Campo offers the finest golf in the Caribbean, an international yacht marina, equestrian, polo and sporting facilities, lavish spas, exclusive boutiques, and an impressive array of dining options including the Beach Club dining by Le Cirque and much more.

About Provaltur International:  Provaltur is the exclusive affiliate of Christies International Real Estate for the Dominican Republic and the only DR-based firm specialized in the global marketing and sale of multi-million dollar residences on the island.

For more details on this luxury sale, please visit or call 1.829.473.0000

Contact Cesar Herrera at 1.809.697.5117 or email at [email protected]

SOURCE Provaltur International Inc.

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