San Jose de Rivas, Perez Zeledon, Costa Rica Pérez Zeledón ( San José, CR ) Land Only

$360,000 USD

Coldwell Banker - Vesta Group

Scott Bowers Scott Bowers 866-284-2832 (Office) 506-8559-2686 (Cell) Request More Info

  • 17.5 Acres in San Jose de Rivas with Multiple Building Sites and Waterfalls
  • Type: Lots and Land
  • Style: Lot / Land
  • Development Level: Land Only
  • Lot Size: 17.5 acres
  • MLS #: 16830

Description

This is a gorgeous high altitude parcel at the top of the mountain above San Jose de Rivas in Perez Zeledon.

The property is bordered by a private nature reserve at the top and a pristine creek fed by high mountain springs on the western side. The creek features a series of waterfalls that are easily accessible via trails from the access road.

There are two plot maps, one of which is the main farm of 50,664 square meters. There is also an adjoining flat parcel of 20,000 square meters, perfect for building a home with great views.

The property offers numerous sites for building and would be a great spot for an eco-retreat. The hiking in the area, including the property itself, the neighboring nature reserve, and of course nearby Chirripo National Park make this piece perfect for hardcore nature enthusiasts. The diversity of flora and fauna is simply astounding.

Electricity can be brought to the farm fairly inexpensively since power poles are close by. There is an Asada tank at the top of the farm with a water line feeding houses below. Also, the prospect of using hydro-power is certainly an option here!

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Highlights

  • Bordered by a private nature reserve at the top and a pristine creek fed by high mountain springs on the western side
  • The creek features a series of waterfalls that are easily accessible via trails from the access road
  • There is also an adjoining flat parcel of 20,000 square meters, perfect for building a home with great views
  • The property offers numerous sites for building and would be a great spot for an eco-retrea
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