This waterfront home in stunning Matapalo sits on one half acre of towering lowland forest on a shelf about 20 feet above sea level. It is one hundred percent maritime ZMT with no titled portion. The coastline along this stretch of Matapalo is a cliff, with wave-swept rocks at the base, so there is no safe water access from the property itself, but it is located between the world renowned breaks of Backwash, 300 meters to the north and Matapalo, about the same distance to the south. Pan Dulce break is about 1 km from the home. Though modest in size, the trees that surround the home and the extensive ornamental shrubbery provide visual isolation from the neighbors to provide a sense of isolation and privacy. The two bedroom, 1 bathroom home is of wood construction and is legally permitted. The home is presently used as a vacation rental / guest home with night rental rates of $150-225 depending on party size. The region has no grid power, and this home is completely solar powered. Water supply comes by way of a localized community water system. The region has considerable populations of native wildlife that range up and down the coastline by day and night, including four species of monkeys, anteaters, sloths, opossums, agoutis, coatimundi, and a wide variety of birds, most notably the scarlet macaw, endemic and abundant on the Osa Peninsula. This property falls under national patrimony permitting under MINAET with the concession under application as we speak and also has a Municipal use permit. This property is unique and must be seen to be fully appreciated. Donít hesitate; inquire now!
- Ocean View
- Mountain View