DETAILS
Property ID
  2020029
Country
  Costa Rica
Region
  Mogos
Community
  Mogos
Land Type
  Ocean View
Land Use
  Residential
Area (hectares)
  15.00
Area (acres)
  37.0
Price
  $179,000
Price/Hectare
  $11,933
Price/Acre
  $4,833
Price/Sq. Meter
  $1.19
Titled
  yes

DETAILS
Property ID
  2020029
Country
  Costa Rica
Region
  Mogos
Community
  Mogos
Land Type
  Ocean View
Land Use
  Residential
Area (hectares)
  15.00
Area (acres)
  37.0
Price
  $179,000
Price/Hectare
  $11,933
Price/Acre
  $4,833
Price/Sq. Meter
  $1.19
Titled
  yes

DETAILS
Property ID
  2020029
Country
  Costa Rica
Region
  Mogos
Community
  Mogos
Land Type
  Ocean View
Land Use
  Residential
Area (hectares)
  15.00
Area (acres)
  37.0
Price
  $179,000
Price/Hectare
  $11,933
Price/Acre
  $4,833
Price/Sq. Meter
  $1.19
Titled
  yes

SALE DETAIL

Welcome to Mogos, the region that forms the bridge between mainland Costa Rica and the storied Osa Peninsula, home to 2.5% of all the planet’s species of plants and birds. Mogos means “islets” and is named for the tiny isles that emerge from the Golfo Dulce waters along its northernmost shoreline.

With nearly 300 meters of highway frontage, this 15 hectare property is perched on a high point and boasts a commanding view over the rain forest slopes that fall toward the gentle shoreline and an ocean view that encompasses nearly the entire extent of the Golfo Dulce, including on the far horizon the area of Puerto Jimenez to the right and the jutting highlands rising from Golfito and further south from Pavones. Claimed by Jacques Cousteau to be one of only four tropical fjords in the world, the Golfo Dulce is a sheltered body of water that enjoys biannual migrations of humpback whales, annual migrations of whale sharks, and a profusion of other species as well as spectacular seascapes and rugged tropical coastlines.

The fifteen hectares that comprise this property are situated within the Golfo Dulce Forestry Reserve, a protected national preserve that extends from the Osa Peninsula’s Corcovado National Park, the Crown Jewel of Costa Rica’s vaunted national park system and a World Heritage site. The reserve comprises a wilderness corridor that allows freedom of movement of animals between Corcovado and the nation’s central cordillera wildlands. While the reserve is protected land, it can be privately owned and can be developed in areas that are already cleared, including the building site for this property and it’s upper ridgeline.

There are two cabins on the property, the first the owner’s home, the second the caretaker’s home. Both of these enjoy stunning ocean views and have buried grid-power supply and water provided by a spring located on the property. The cabins are rustic yet cozy, built from hard wood but boasting the amenities needed for tranquil country living. Nevertheless an optimal building site remains to be developed that will offer the next owner the opportunity to build a large home of any style to capitalize on the sweeping views and the breezy highland perch.

The property access is from the paved highway that turns off the Panamerican highway just fifteen minutes distant to connect to the peninsular capital of Puerto Jimenez, just 40 minutes away. Grocery shopping, medical services, banking, and other services and supplies are 45 minutes away in either direction. Commercial and charter air travel is likewise a 45 minute drive away or a 20 minute boat ride across the gulf.

This property is fully titled and current on taxes and permits. It is for sale along with its holding corporation. Despite the enjoyment that it has brought its ownership for many years, changes in the world and plans make it time for the ownership to discount the asking price in order to seek a timely sale of this property.

Rarely does an opportunity come along to buy a 37 acre tract of tropical forest paradise along with a modest but turnkey cabin with all the basic conveniences of home, all at such a discounted asking price. With Costa Rica expected in October 1 to be open to flights from over 15 US states and most of Europe, isn’t it time to book airfare to come down and settle on your home away from home now?

Don’t wait for this beauty to be snapped up sight unseen by others as so many have been doing during lockdown. Write or call today to let me know of your interest and to schedule a showing or get you more information today.

Thank you for your interest in the Osa Peninsula and in Osa Pen Realty.

Welcome to Mogos, the region that forms the bridge between mainland Costa Rica and the storied Osa Peninsula, home to 2.5% of all the planet’s species of plants and birds. Mogos means “islets” and is named for the tiny isles that emerge from the Golfo Dulce waters along its northernmost shoreline.

With nearly 300 meters of highway frontage, this 15 hectare property is perched on a high point and boasts a commanding view over the rain forest slopes that fall toward the gentle shoreline and an ocean view that encompasses nearly the entire extent of the Golfo Dulce, including on the far horizon the area of Puerto Jimenez to the right and the jutting highlands rising from Golfito and further south from Pavones. Claimed by Jacques Cousteau to be one of only four tropical fjords in the world, the Golfo Dulce is a sheltered body of water that enjoys biannual migrations of humpback whales, annual migrations of whale sharks, and a profusion of other species as well as spectacular seascapes and rugged tropical coastlines.

The fifteen hectares that comprise this property are situated within the Golfo Dulce Forestry Reserve, a protected national preserve that extends from the Osa Peninsula’s Corcovado National Park, the Crown Jewel of Costa Rica’s vaunted national park system and a World Heritage site. The reserve comprises a wilderness corridor that allows freedom of movement of animals between Corcovado and the nation’s central cordillera wildlands. While the reserve is protected land, it can be privately owned and can be developed in areas that are already cleared, including the building site for this property and it’s upper ridgeline.

There are two cabins on the property, the first the owner’s home, the second the caretaker’s home. Both of these enjoy stunning ocean views and have buried grid-power supply and water provided by a spring located on the property. The cabins are rustic yet cozy, built from hard wood but boasting the amenities needed for tranquil country living. Nevertheless an optimal building site remains to be developed that will offer the next owner the opportunity to build a large home of any style to capitalize on the sweeping views and the breezy highland perch.

The property access is from the paved highway that turns off the Panamerican highway just fifteen minutes distant to connect to the peninsular capital of Puerto Jimenez, just 40 minutes away. Grocery shopping, medical services, banking, and other services and supplies are 45 minutes away in either direction. Commercial and charter air travel is likewise a 45 minute drive away or a 20 minute boat ride across the gulf.

This property is fully titled and current on taxes and permits. It is for sale along with its holding corporation. Despite the enjoyment that it has brought its ownership for many years, changes in the world and plans make it time for the ownership to discount the asking price in order to seek a timely sale of this property.

Rarely does an opportunity come along to buy a 37 acre tract of tropical forest paradise along with a modest but turnkey cabin with all the basic conveniences of home, all at such a discounted asking price. With Costa Rica expected in October 1 to be open to flights from over 15 US states and most of Europe, isn’t it time to book airfare to come down and settle on your home away from home now?

Don’t wait for this beauty to be snapped up sight unseen by others as so many have been doing during lockdown. Write or call today to let me know of your interest and to schedule a showing or get you more information today.

Thank you for your interest in the Osa Peninsula and in Osa Pen Realty.

Welcome to Mogos, the region that forms the bridge between mainland Costa Rica and the storied Osa Peninsula, home to 2.5% of all the planet’s species of plants and birds. Mogos means “islets” and is named for the tiny isles that emerge from the Golfo Dulce waters along its northernmost shoreline.

With nearly 300 meters of highway frontage, this 15 hectare property is perched on a high point and boasts a commanding view over the rain forest slopes that fall toward the gentle shoreline and an ocean view that encompasses nearly the entire extent of the Golfo Dulce, including on the far horizon the area of Puerto Jimenez to the right and the jutting highlands rising from Golfito and further south from Pavones. Claimed by Jacques Cousteau to be one of only four tropical fjords in the world, the Golfo Dulce is a sheltered body of water that enjoys biannual migrations of humpback whales, annual migrations of whale sharks, and a profusion of other species as well as spectacular seascapes and rugged tropical coastlines.

The fifteen hectares that comprise this property are situated within the Golfo Dulce Forestry Reserve, a protected national preserve that extends from the Osa Peninsula’s Corcovado National Park, the Crown Jewel of Costa Rica’s vaunted national park system and a World Heritage site. The reserve comprises a wilderness corridor that allows freedom of movement of animals between Corcovado and the nation’s central cordillera wildlands. While the reserve is protected land, it can be privately owned and can be developed in areas that are already cleared, including the building site for this property and it’s upper ridgeline.

There are two cabins on the property, the first the owner’s home, the second the caretaker’s home. Both of these enjoy stunning ocean views and have buried grid-power supply and water provided by a spring located on the property. The cabins are rustic yet cozy, built from hard wood but boasting the amenities needed for tranquil country living. Nevertheless an optimal building site remains to be developed that will offer the next owner the opportunity to build a large home of any style to capitalize on the sweeping views and the breezy highland perch.

The property access is from the paved highway that turns off the Panamerican highway just fifteen minutes distant to connect to the peninsular capital of Puerto Jimenez, just 40 minutes away. Grocery shopping, medical services, banking, and other services and supplies are 45 minutes away in either direction. Commercial and charter air travel is likewise a 45 minute drive away or a 20 minute boat ride across the gulf.

This property is fully titled and current on taxes and permits. It is for sale along with its holding corporation. Despite the enjoyment that it has brought its ownership for many years, changes in the world and plans make it time for the ownership to discount the asking price in order to seek a timely sale of this property.

Rarely does an opportunity come along to buy a 37 acre tract of tropical forest paradise along with a modest but turnkey cabin with all the basic conveniences of home, all at such a discounted asking price. With Costa Rica expected in October 1 to be open to flights from over 15 US states and most of Europe, isn’t it time to book airfare to come down and settle on your home away from home now?

Don’t wait for this beauty to be snapped up sight unseen by others as so many have been doing during lockdown. Write or call today to let me know of your interest and to schedule a showing or get you more information today.

Thank you for your interest in the Osa Peninsula and in Osa Pen Realty.



Property Features:

  • Mountains 
  • Ocean View
  • Mountain View   
  • Primary Forest
  • Secondary Forest
  • Streams 
  • Grid Power  
  • On-site Water    



Property Features:

  • Mountains 
  • Ocean View
  • Mountain View   
  • Primary Forest
  • Secondary Forest
  • Streams 
  • Grid Power  
  • On-site Water    



Property Features:

  • Mountains 
  • Ocean View
  • Mountain View   
  • Primary Forest
  • Secondary Forest
  • Streams 
  • Grid Power  
  • On-site Water    




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