|6 ATLANTIC DRIVE, 7000 BAHIA BEACH BLVD., RIO GRANDE PR 00745|
Introducing 6 Atlantic Drive Estates, an approx. 1 acre expanse of inspiring lakefront and rainforest exposure land, within the esteemed enclave of the branded St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort Residences in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. Encompassing 3,949.16 sq.m, this privileged location invites the creation of a bespoke residence, seamlessly melding natural grandeur with the unparalleled beauty of its surroundings. 6 Atlantic Drive Estates offers a rare chance to craft your home of distinction, just moments away from the untouched beaches and enchanting blue waters of the Atlantic, all within the St Regis brand. As a branded residence, this exclusive lot not only represents picturesque beauty, but also grants privileged access to the exquisite amenities of the world class Bahia Beach Resort. From indulgent spa experiences to refined dining and a championship Troon Golf managed golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., every detail is designed to elevate and enrich your lifestyle. Bahia Beach is known as one of the Caribbean's finest residential enclaves situated within the 483 acres of a former coconut plantation and native maritime forest. St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort & Spa is the first and only Certified Gold Audubon Signature Sanctuary in the entire Caribbean and was recognized as a 2023 Forbes Travel Guide 5 Star Resort and Spa . Birds, flowers, tropical breezes, and bodies of water will be your constant and caring companions. Area activities you can indulge in include world class golf, spa, fine dining, swimming, jogging, biking or walking on nature trails, kayaking, water sports, cooking classes, wine tasting lessons and many other joys. Embrace the opportunity to become a part of an exclusive community that epitomizes privacy, security, and refined living. The St. Regis Bahia Beach is synonymous with discernment, attracting those who appreciate the finest aspects of life. Full approved architectural plans and renderings were designed by award winning architect George S. Stewart, and are inclusive.