Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Single Family Homes
Ground Floor: Garage for 2 cars, laundry room, utility room, staff bedroom and bathroom (asking to act as a guest bedroom) plus guest suite and two double bedrooms and bathrooms.Family room with a wood stove andwith exit to the garden.
Top floor: Great atmosphere with integrated kitchen to the living-dining room with excellent views of the desplayado. From the living room you access a huge terrace. Master bedroom with bathroom en suite, dressing room and desk and with access to small terrace overlooking the sea.
Walkable roof with the possibility of placing sun loungers.
The Rochense resort is ideal for family vacations. Its beaches admit both rest and recreation, such as fishing or the most varied water sports. La Pedrera is located at km 227,200 of Route 10, Juan Díaz de Solís, a little further east of the Cabo de Santa María, on a narrow and small peninsula called Punta Rubia.It is a small spa with excellent accommodation infrastructure . Because of its peculiarities it has a strong exclusive and cosmopolitan character. It is ideal for family vacations. Its beaches admit both rest and recreation, such as fishing or the most varied water sports.
Its main beach is usually known as the Desplayado and is a great center of attraction during the summer months. On the south beach, you can see the last vestiges of the fishing vessel Cathay, stranded in 1971. Further south the Barrancas de la Pedrera offer the traveler a surprising combination of textures and colors of nature.
The Social Club is located on the main street of La Pedrera, as well as its Church, the craft fair, several boutiques, and a variety of small shops and restaurants that provide warmth and service for an unforgettable stay.
La Rambla, is the perfect place to share a fascinating full moon landscape or to observe the incredible courtship of free whales in the winter months.
It’s not every country that is described as “modest yet bold, liberal and fun-loving,” but that determination by the Economist Magazine was behind the publication’s naming Uruguay “Country of the Year” in 2013.