DETAILS
Property ID
  2021019
Country
  Costa Rica
Region
  Osa North
Community
  Mogos
Land Type
  Ocean View
Land Use
  Raw Land
Area (hectares)
  6.80
Area (acres)
  16.8
Price
  $375,000
Price/Hectare
  $55,147
Price/Acre
  $22,335
Price/Sq. Meter
  $5.51
Titled
  yes

DETAILS
Property ID
  2021019
Country
  Costa Rica
Region
  Osa North
Community
  Mogos
Land Type
  Ocean View
Land Use
  Raw Land
Area (hectares)
  6.80
Area (acres)
  16.8
Price
  $375,000
Price/Hectare
  $55,147
Price/Acre
  $22,335
Price/Sq. Meter
  $5.51
Titled
  yes

DETAILS
Property ID
  2021019
Country
  Costa Rica
Region
  Osa North
Community
  Mogos
Land Type
  Ocean View
Land Use
  Raw Land
Area (hectares)
  6.80
Area (acres)
  16.8
Price
  $375,000
Price/Hectare
  $55,147
Price/Acre
  $22,335
Price/Sq. Meter
  $5.51
Titled
  yes

SALE DETAIL

This remarkable new Mogos listing is one of very few small beachfront properties in the Mogos region. With 5.8 hectares of maritime and 1.1 hectares of titled land, it is priced at $375,000 by a motivated ownership.

The maritime zone is regulated by Minaet, with a use permit under application. The titled portion is located within the Golfo Dulce Forestry Reserve. The property is accessed by the public road that extends past the property to the public beach of Mogos.

The maritime zone includes a rustic house and a good hand dug well.

Much of the 6.9 hectares is forested in recovering secondary. However, there is a clearing with spectacular ocean views that is within the maritime zone and an ideal building site though subject to maritime zone restrictions.

The property is located very near the band of protected land that forms a wildlife corridor connecting the Costa Rican mainland to the hinterland of Corcovado National Park and peninsular forest. Expect abundant monkeys, anteaters, sloths, coatis, tayras, jaguarondi, peccaries, toucans and macaws and the occasional ocelot, sprocket deer, and bushmaster.

The gentle water that laps on the shoreline is full of inshore species, including snapper, roosters, snook, mackerel, grouper and more, and the Golfo Dulce itself is world-renowned for its twice annual humpback whale migrations and the annual whale shark schools that tool around the gulf in March and April.

This property is freshly titled and papered up with Natural Patrimony use permit. It is back on the market and aggressively priced for a quick sale. Call or write today for more information or to schedule your showing.

This remarkable new Mogos listing is one of very few small beachfront properties in the Mogos region. With 5.8 hectares of maritime and 1.1 hectares of titled land, it is priced at $375,000 by a motivated ownership.

The maritime zone is regulated by Minaet, with a use permit under application. The titled portion is located within the Golfo Dulce Forestry Reserve. The property is accessed by the public road that extends past the property to the public beach of Mogos.

The maritime zone includes a rustic house and a good hand dug well.

Much of the 6.9 hectares is forested in recovering secondary. However, there is a clearing with spectacular ocean views that is within the maritime zone and an ideal building site though subject to maritime zone restrictions.

The property is located very near the band of protected land that forms a wildlife corridor connecting the Costa Rican mainland to the hinterland of Corcovado National Park and peninsular forest. Expect abundant monkeys, anteaters, sloths, coatis, tayras, jaguarondi, peccaries, toucans and macaws and the occasional ocelot, sprocket deer, and bushmaster.

The gentle water that laps on the shoreline is full of inshore species, including snapper, roosters, snook, mackerel, grouper and more, and the Golfo Dulce itself is world-renowned for its twice annual humpback whale migrations and the annual whale shark schools that tool around the gulf in March and April.

This property is freshly titled and papered up with Natural Patrimony use permit. It is back on the market and aggressively priced for a quick sale. Call or write today for more information or to schedule your showing.

This remarkable new Mogos listing is one of very few small beachfront properties in the Mogos region. With 5.8 hectares of maritime and 1.1 hectares of titled land, it is priced at $375,000 by a motivated ownership.

The maritime zone is regulated by Minaet, with a use permit under application. The titled portion is located within the Golfo Dulce Forestry Reserve. The property is accessed by the public road that extends past the property to the public beach of Mogos.

The maritime zone includes a rustic house and a good hand dug well.

Much of the 6.9 hectares is forested in recovering secondary. However, there is a clearing with spectacular ocean views that is within the maritime zone and an ideal building site though subject to maritime zone restrictions.

The property is located very near the band of protected land that forms a wildlife corridor connecting the Costa Rican mainland to the hinterland of Corcovado National Park and peninsular forest. Expect abundant monkeys, anteaters, sloths, coatis, tayras, jaguarondi, peccaries, toucans and macaws and the occasional ocelot, sprocket deer, and bushmaster.

The gentle water that laps on the shoreline is full of inshore species, including snapper, roosters, snook, mackerel, grouper and more, and the Golfo Dulce itself is world-renowned for its twice annual humpback whale migrations and the annual whale shark schools that tool around the gulf in March and April.

This property is freshly titled and papered up with Natural Patrimony use permit. It is back on the market and aggressively priced for a quick sale. Call or write today for more information or to schedule your showing.



Property Features:

     
  • Beachfront
  • Ocean View
  • Mountain View    
  • Secondary Forest     
  • On-site Water  
  • Structure description:Rustic home in the public zone
  • Access: Four-wheel drive access road, 3 km from paved highway



Property Features:

     
  • Beachfront
  • Ocean View
  • Mountain View    
  • Secondary Forest     
  • On-site Water  
  • Structure description:Rustic home in the public zone
  • Access: Four-wheel drive access road, 3 km from paved highway



Property Features:

     
  • Beachfront
  • Ocean View
  • Mountain View    
  • Secondary Forest     
  • On-site Water  
  • Structure description:Rustic home in the public zone
  • Access: Four-wheel drive access road, 3 km from paved highway




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