DESCRIPTION
Property ID
  2014021
Country
  Costa Rica
Region
  Osa North
Community
  Terrones
Land Type
  Mountain
Land Use
  Farmland
Area (hectares)
  4.90
Area (acres)
  12.1
Price
  $135,931
Price/Hectare
  $27,741
Price/Acre
  $11,235
Price/Sq. Meter
  $2.77
Titled
  yes

DESCRIPTION
Property ID
  2014021
Country
  Costa Rica
Region
  Osa North
Community
  Terrones
Land Type
  Mountain
Land Use
  Farmland
Area (hectares)
  4.90
Area (acres)
  12.1
Price
  $135,931
Price/Hectare
  $27,741
Price/Acre
  $11,235
Price/Sq. Meter
  $2.77
Titled
  yes

DESCRIPTION
Property ID
  2014021
Country
  Costa Rica
Region
  Osa North
Community
  Terrones
Land Type
  Mountain
Land Use
  Farmland
Area (hectares)
  4.90
Area (acres)
  12.1
Price
  $135,931
Price/Hectare
  $27,741
Price/Acre
  $11,235
Price/Sq. Meter
  $2.77
Titled
  yes

SALE DESCRIPTION

This property is on the mountain side of the highway almost 1 km in on a well-maintained road. It is at the top of the first hill.

There are just two more properties behind it, and the road dead-ends. So, it is very private and safe, great neighbors and nobody else passing through.

The property consists of two flat and cleared areas largely but not entirely planted with fruit trees, divided by a steep slope of primary (virgin) rainforest and a small stream. Another larger stream forms the back boundary.

The following are improvements have been realized by the current owner:

*Newly paved highway connecting the property to the two largest towns on the peninsula (Puerto Jimenez, La Palma)

*Electricity and water service direct to the property. ICE ran the power up the road shortly after the property last changed hands. The owner collaborated with neighbors (a really nice couple from Virginia) to run the services the final 2/10 km. ICE validated the installation and assumed responsibility for its maintenance. The public water is from the nearby town of Gallardo.

*The clearing and upkeep of the aforementioned flat lands to preserve the building/planting envelope before the vegetation matured to a point where it would have become illegal to clear it.

*New fence lines running the front and longest side of the property. The stream forms the back boundary and the other boundary is a well defined and maintained path (carril) through forest.

* Footbridges to cross streams

* About 100 fruit trees planted, ranging from the typical to the rare and exotic. Most trees, aside from the banana and papaya, are in their infancy and still have a couple of years before they bear fruit.

Typical: mango, avocado, lychee nut, lemon, orange, green coconut (pipa), 8 varieties of banana, plantains, nancie, sugar cane, papaya, bamboo, starfruit,
cashew, breadnut, "guava" (Inga), guanabana

Rare: spineless pejibaye, pealy nut, arasa (brazilian guava), mimbrillo, langsat (amazing fruit!)

Flowering plants: 10 species of heliconia, ornamental banana, hibiscus, plumeria

This property is on the mountain side of the highway almost 1 km in on a well-maintained road. It is at the top of the first hill.

There are just two more properties behind it, and the road dead-ends. So, it is very private and safe, great neighbors and nobody else passing through.

The property consists of two flat and cleared areas largely but not entirely planted with fruit trees, divided by a steep slope of primary (virgin) rainforest and a small stream. Another larger stream forms the back boundary.

The following are improvements have been realized by the current owner:

*Newly paved highway connecting the property to the two largest towns on the peninsula (Puerto Jimenez, La Palma)

*Electricity and water service direct to the property. ICE ran the power up the road shortly after the property last changed hands. The owner collaborated with neighbors (a really nice couple from Virginia) to run the services the final 2/10 km. ICE validated the installation and assumed responsibility for its maintenance. The public water is from the nearby town of Gallardo.

*The clearing and upkeep of the aforementioned flat lands to preserve the building/planting envelope before the vegetation matured to a point where it would have become illegal to clear it.

*New fence lines running the front and longest side of the property. The stream forms the back boundary and the other boundary is a well defined and maintained path (carril) through forest.

* Footbridges to cross streams

* About 100 fruit trees planted, ranging from the typical to the rare and exotic. Most trees, aside from the banana and papaya, are in their infancy and still have a couple of years before they bear fruit.

Typical: mango, avocado, lychee nut, lemon, orange, green coconut (pipa), 8 varieties of banana, plantains, nancie, sugar cane, papaya, bamboo, starfruit,
cashew, breadnut, "guava" (Inga), guanabana

Rare: spineless pejibaye, pealy nut, arasa (brazilian guava), mimbrillo, langsat (amazing fruit!)

Flowering plants: 10 species of heliconia, ornamental banana, hibiscus, plumeria

This property is on the mountain side of the highway almost 1 km in on a well-maintained road. It is at the top of the first hill.

There are just two more properties behind it, and the road dead-ends. So, it is very private and safe, great neighbors and nobody else passing through.

The property consists of two flat and cleared areas largely but not entirely planted with fruit trees, divided by a steep slope of primary (virgin) rainforest and a small stream. Another larger stream forms the back boundary.

The following are improvements have been realized by the current owner:

*Newly paved highway connecting the property to the two largest towns on the peninsula (Puerto Jimenez, La Palma)

*Electricity and water service direct to the property. ICE ran the power up the road shortly after the property last changed hands. The owner collaborated with neighbors (a really nice couple from Virginia) to run the services the final 2/10 km. ICE validated the installation and assumed responsibility for its maintenance. The public water is from the nearby town of Gallardo.

*The clearing and upkeep of the aforementioned flat lands to preserve the building/planting envelope before the vegetation matured to a point where it would have become illegal to clear it.

*New fence lines running the front and longest side of the property. The stream forms the back boundary and the other boundary is a well defined and maintained path (carril) through forest.

* Footbridges to cross streams

* About 100 fruit trees planted, ranging from the typical to the rare and exotic. Most trees, aside from the banana and papaya, are in their infancy and still have a couple of years before they bear fruit.

Typical: mango, avocado, lychee nut, lemon, orange, green coconut (pipa), 8 varieties of banana, plantains, nancie, sugar cane, papaya, bamboo, starfruit,
cashew, breadnut, "guava" (Inga), guanabana

Rare: spineless pejibaye, pealy nut, arasa (brazilian guava), mimbrillo, langsat (amazing fruit!)

Flowering plants: 10 species of heliconia, ornamental banana, hibiscus, plumeria



Property Features:

  • Mountains       
  • Secondary Forest  
  • Grid Power 
  • Municipal Water     



Property Features:

  • Mountains       
  • Secondary Forest  
  • Grid Power 
  • Municipal Water     



Property Features:

  • Mountains       
  • Secondary Forest  
  • Grid Power 
  • Municipal Water     







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