DETAILS
Property ID
  2015023
Country
  Costa Rica
Region
  Costa Rica
Community
  Los Santos
Land Type
  Mountain Forest
Land Use
  Farmland
Area (hectares)
  132.00
Area (acres)
  325.9
Price
  $0
Price/Hectare
  $0
Price/Acre
  $0
Price/Sq. Meter
  $0.00
Titled
  no

DETAILS
Property ID
  2015023
Country
  Costa Rica
Region
  Costa Rica
Community
  Los Santos
Land Type
  Mountain Forest
Land Use
  Farmland
Area (hectares)
  132.00
Area (acres)
  325.9
Price
  $0
Price/Hectare
  $0
Price/Acre
  $0
Price/Sq. Meter
  $0.00
Titled
  no

DETAILS
Property ID
  2015023
Country
  Costa Rica
Region
  Costa Rica
Community
  Los Santos
Land Type
  Mountain Forest
Land Use
  Farmland
Area (hectares)
  132.00
Area (acres)
  325.9
Price
  $0
Price/Hectare
  $0
Price/Acre
  $0
Price/Sq. Meter
  $0.00
Titled
  no

SALE DETAIL

If you’d like to get away from it all, this farm is the final one on the last navigable four-wheel drive road into the Central Pacific highlands.

The finca bounds Quetzal National Park at the La Lira trailhead of the foot trail connecting through the mountains to San Gerardo de Dota.

At 5,300 feet of elevation, you’ll need a sweater at night. Be ready for a bit of rain, to the tune of around 6,000 mm per year.

The finca includes 43 hectares of virgin primary forest and is transected by a 1 kilometer reach of the Jaboncillo River.

With 600 feet of drop, this river has 180 kilowatts of hydro potential in a 10-inch pipe.

There is a stream that bounds the property as well, and many waterfalls along the course of both rivers.

This property is presently being worked as a dairy operation for cheese production.

With 25 hectares of cleared and relatively flat land, this stunning mountain shoulder is perfect for an extensive organic gardening/truck farm operation.

The property has trout farming infrastructure on site, though the owners are not working this at the moment.

Like birds? This is prime trogon and resplendent quetzal habitat.

Tapir, peccary, spider monkey, puma and red deer abound in the forest that is contiguous with primary expanses that stretch from the slopes above Cartago all the way into Chiriqui state in Panama.

Don’t like snakes? Well, there is only one poisonous one here, the sluggish and ungainly Picado’s jumping pit viper; no fer-de-lances, eyelash vipers, or bushmasters at this elevation.

You can reach the nearest town, Los Angeles, by one high-quality gravel road from San Isidro, a little rougher gravel road from Savegre and the Pacific Coast highway, and a third 4WD road from Division on the Panamerican Highway.

From Los Angeles it’s a 6-km 4WD road up to reach your destination and rest your dogs over a cup of hot joe as the mists settle in for the night and chupacabras drift in from the forest to admire the livestock.

This property is possession land in the final process of receiving title.

Did we mention that this property is remote, far, far, far from the madding crowd? If you like discos and night life, look elsewhere.

No foreign ownership anywhere in the region yet, but the friendly hard-working community is cut from heavy timber, hard-working, honest, and generous. Soon to be titled and ready to go!

If you’d like to get away from it all, this farm is the final one on the last navigable four-wheel drive road into the Central Pacific highlands.

The finca bounds Quetzal National Park at the La Lira trailhead of the foot trail connecting through the mountains to San Gerardo de Dota.

At 5,300 feet of elevation, you’ll need a sweater at night. Be ready for a bit of rain, to the tune of around 6,000 mm per year.

The finca includes 43 hectares of virgin primary forest and is transected by a 1 kilometer reach of the Jaboncillo River.

With 600 feet of drop, this river has 180 kilowatts of hydro potential in a 10-inch pipe.

There is a stream that bounds the property as well, and many waterfalls along the course of both rivers.

This property is presently being worked as a dairy operation for cheese production.

With 25 hectares of cleared and relatively flat land, this stunning mountain shoulder is perfect for an extensive organic gardening/truck farm operation.

The property has trout farming infrastructure on site, though the owners are not working this at the moment.

Like birds? This is prime trogon and resplendent quetzal habitat.

Tapir, peccary, spider monkey, puma and red deer abound in the forest that is contiguous with primary expanses that stretch from the slopes above Cartago all the way into Chiriqui state in Panama.

Don’t like snakes? Well, there is only one poisonous one here, the sluggish and ungainly Picado’s jumping pit viper; no fer-de-lances, eyelash vipers, or bushmasters at this elevation.

You can reach the nearest town, Los Angeles, by one high-quality gravel road from San Isidro, a little rougher gravel road from Savegre and the Pacific Coast highway, and a third 4WD road from Division on the Panamerican Highway.

From Los Angeles it’s a 6-km 4WD road up to reach your destination and rest your dogs over a cup of hot joe as the mists settle in for the night and chupacabras drift in from the forest to admire the livestock.

This property is possession land in the final process of receiving title.

Did we mention that this property is remote, far, far, far from the madding crowd? If you like discos and night life, look elsewhere.

No foreign ownership anywhere in the region yet, but the friendly hard-working community is cut from heavy timber, hard-working, honest, and generous. Soon to be titled and ready to go!

If you’d like to get away from it all, this farm is the final one on the last navigable four-wheel drive road into the Central Pacific highlands.

The finca bounds Quetzal National Park at the La Lira trailhead of the foot trail connecting through the mountains to San Gerardo de Dota.

At 5,300 feet of elevation, you’ll need a sweater at night. Be ready for a bit of rain, to the tune of around 6,000 mm per year.

The finca includes 43 hectares of virgin primary forest and is transected by a 1 kilometer reach of the Jaboncillo River.

With 600 feet of drop, this river has 180 kilowatts of hydro potential in a 10-inch pipe.

There is a stream that bounds the property as well, and many waterfalls along the course of both rivers.

This property is presently being worked as a dairy operation for cheese production.

With 25 hectares of cleared and relatively flat land, this stunning mountain shoulder is perfect for an extensive organic gardening/truck farm operation.

The property has trout farming infrastructure on site, though the owners are not working this at the moment.

Like birds? This is prime trogon and resplendent quetzal habitat.

Tapir, peccary, spider monkey, puma and red deer abound in the forest that is contiguous with primary expanses that stretch from the slopes above Cartago all the way into Chiriqui state in Panama.

Don’t like snakes? Well, there is only one poisonous one here, the sluggish and ungainly Picado’s jumping pit viper; no fer-de-lances, eyelash vipers, or bushmasters at this elevation.

You can reach the nearest town, Los Angeles, by one high-quality gravel road from San Isidro, a little rougher gravel road from Savegre and the Pacific Coast highway, and a third 4WD road from Division on the Panamerican Highway.

From Los Angeles it’s a 6-km 4WD road up to reach your destination and rest your dogs over a cup of hot joe as the mists settle in for the night and chupacabras drift in from the forest to admire the livestock.

This property is possession land in the final process of receiving title.

Did we mention that this property is remote, far, far, far from the madding crowd? If you like discos and night life, look elsewhere.

No foreign ownership anywhere in the region yet, but the friendly hard-working community is cut from heavy timber, hard-working, honest, and generous. Soon to be titled and ready to go!



Property Features:

  • Mountains  
  • Mountain View   
  • Primary Forest
  • Secondary Forest
  • Streams 
  • Grid Power
  • Hydroelectric Potential 
  • On-site Water  
  • Structure description:Two rustic wood homes, dairy barn and corral
  • Access: Year-round 4WD access



Property Features:

  • Mountains  
  • Mountain View   
  • Primary Forest
  • Secondary Forest
  • Streams 
  • Grid Power
  • Hydroelectric Potential 
  • On-site Water  
  • Structure description:Two rustic wood homes, dairy barn and corral
  • Access: Year-round 4WD access



Property Features:

  • Mountains  
  • Mountain View   
  • Primary Forest
  • Secondary Forest
  • Streams 
  • Grid Power
  • Hydroelectric Potential 
  • On-site Water  
  • Structure description:Two rustic wood homes, dairy barn and corral
  • Access: Year-round 4WD access




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