Greg Norman, an Australian professional golfer, and entrepreneur celebrated the official launch of Norman Estates in Rancho San Lucas accompanied by his wife, the interior designer Kirsten Norman “Kiki.”
In an exclusive interview with Tendencia, Greg talked about its new project in which besides bringing the golf course to Rancho San Lucas, he also brought the Greg Norman Real Estate firm, is this his first incursion to Mexico´s real estate.
Carefree and by the hand, the couple talked about his love for the beach, the food, the architecture, the culture and, above all, the people of Los Cabos. “There is a lot of unique places in the world, but Los Cabos is one that has magic.”
The masculine style and, at the same time, the fancy of the housing project the authenticity of Greg Norman’s signature and the design fits perfectly with the duality between the desert and the sea. The decorations of the house play with black and brown colors, to which its added beige and white splashes to create a spectacular contrast that captives all senses.
The large glass door that runs through the kitchen and dining room transports you to an open space that takes your breath away, with lawn chairs, a swimming pool, and outdoor living room by the fire where we did our interview.
If you seat on this comfortable living room, you will get a glimpse of the sea and how this one comes together as one with the marvelous holes of the golf course. Without any doubt, you can appreciate the beauty of a fertile territory like Baja California Sur.
At the same time, the charm of the house reflects the care of details, and the couple redefines the concept of luxury as understated elegance; it is inspired in nature and history, capturing that cowboy essence of a ranch. The Mexican aspects of the design of the house are present every moment, and you can feel that you are in a genuine place that rejoins comfort and style.
The successful couple conveys the affection of the accomplished work and hopefully waits to come back soon to live in this magic place, where they are already owners of one of the properties but are waiting to build.