You Can Purchase Mel Gibson’s Jungle Mansion In Costa Rica For A Cool $30 Million
For the low, low, low price of $29.75 million, you can purchase Mel Gibson’s incredible jungle getaway mansion near the beaches in Costa Rica. Gibson bought the exquisite abode while he was scouting for locations for his 2006 his 2006 film “Apocalypto.” He bought the lavish palace called Playa Barrigona despite filming the movie in the Mexican state of Veracruz. Sorry, the property does not supply a high-rise temple to lop off heads that roll down stairs for a sacrifice.
This sprawling 400-acre property across over two miles of pristine coastline features three coral-stone villas on a hilltop that have seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and a veranda. The other two guest houses on the compound each come with a full kitchen, vaulted ceilings, two bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a crystal-blue pool.
Gibson’s private retreat is decorated in Spanish and Italian tiles, stone carvings, and native woods. The open courtyard boasts a crescent-shaped swimming pool and tanning areas. A commercial kitchen was shipped from Bali and reassembled at the mansion in the remote area of the Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica. Get it while the gettings good.