Country Club de Villa
In the 50's the city of Lima was going through a stage of rapid urban development, growth that progressively generated the need for new urban services, especially in the recreation area.
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In the 50's the city of Lima was going through a stage of rapid urban development, growth that progressively generated the need for new urban services, especially in the recreation area. At that time it existed to the south of Lima, very close to Chorrillos, an area still undeveloped constituted by the lands between the road to the south and the sea. Within that area, at the foot of the Morro Solar, only the Hacienda Villa, the only agricultural sector in the area, and the Fundo Santo Toribio de Mogrovejo, owned by Dr. Hernando de Lavalle, a prominent businessman, were located.
Country Club Villa
Motivated by the growing demand for urban lots, the idea of urbanizing these lands arose, but despite the fact that there were good accesses such as the old South Pan American Highway, it was essential to provide the area with an element of valorization that would allow it to affirm its character urban residential Thus, at the beginning of 1957 the idea of locating a recreational club that offered something unique in Lima began to germinate: golf and beach. And in just seven months, from May to November 1957, the Draft and Final Projects were prepared. This is how on July 12, 1957, with great enthusiasm and enthusiasm, the Country Club of Villa was founded, with the firm purpose of developing and promoting sports, cultural and social activities and events that contribute to the mental, moral, physical and cultural well-being of Your associates and family. As it has been happening until today. We were pioneers. And we still are.
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