The home is 55 ft x 75 ft (4,100 sq ft / 381 sq meters). This includes a 14 ft x 24 ft (336 sq ft / 31 sq meter) open central courtyard with a fountain and tropical plants.
This beautifully appointed home comprises of a gourmet kitchen, family/game/entertainment room, formal living room, dining room, office/study/library, utility/laundry room, 3 ensuite bedrooms and a half bathroom (the bathroom in the master bedroom also has a corner Jacuzzi tub). There is a Port Cochere front entry; tiled, covered patio the full length of the back of the house, central open courtyard with fountain and, accessed from the back patio, a small balcony (reached via a wrought iron spiral staircase) for star-gazing or intimate al fresco dining.
Roof is constructed of two separate layers of zinc for soundproofing during the rainy season, as well as an interior ceiling which has been customized with beams in the kitchen and family room. Additionally there is a floored area in the attic for storage. Hunter fans are in every room and a motion activated security system was professionally installed.
The floors are Spanish tile throughout (difficult, if not impossible to purchase now in Chiriqui and if found are very expensive). The house boasts many customized features — a fireplace in the family room with no-vent gas logs and raised hearth; artisan made wrought iron light switch and outlet covers; imported (from the UK) wrought iron door handles on all doors; customized cabinetry and furniture (the majority oak, but with several mango wood accent pieces) and stone trimmed arched doorways and windows.