Our Costa Rica Finca for Sale

Refreshing Costa Rica Mountain Finca for Sale with Modern House and Shop

$279,000



Enjoy the inspiring scenery, tropical sunsets and cool. fresh breezes at 4,000 ft. elevation in Costa Rica's famous Southern Zone. This finca has established organic coffee and bananas, many other tropical fruit and lumber trees plus utter tranquility. The balcony features a fantastic view of the second highest peak in Costa Rica, Cerro de La Muerte.




The farm is just over a mile from the Pan-American highway and only 15 minutes to the bustling town of San Isidro de El General. Barely an hour away are some of Costa Rica's most beautiful, unspoiled Pacific beaches. Air service between San Isidro and San José is three times a week and takes under 30 minutes on Sansa.

The property is nearly 3 hectares in area (about 7 acres) and is divided equally between home, shop, landscaping, lots and lush secondary forest. Pure, fresh water emerges on the finca from a granite batholith known locally as Las Piedras (The Stones) all year around.

The property is regularly visited by a huge variety of tropical birds and animals including toucans, mot-mots, hawks, tolomucos, anteaters, armadillos, porcupines and tepezquintle.

All of our contact information is here. We would be happy to answer any questions and email you the Google Earth kmz file and more photos. See the original post about our property sale on the main blog site.


plot map of finca with lots highlighted
Plot map of the entire property with possible lots highlighted - click to enlarge

Lot Ideas

The plot map is a suggestion for how the property could be divided if you chose to partition it. The lines are already in a survey and it takes 2-3 months to deed them at this point. We are willing to discuss selling off portions of the finca, although we prefer selling the entire property including the house and shop.
Lot A has a 2,000 sq. ft. two-level house built in 2009, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, upstairs family room, a balcony and 2 patios. Construction is concrete block walls, steel-framed roof and aluminum windows and doors. The interior features cathedral ceilings and custom tropical wood finishes throughout.

The property has approx. 20 fruit trees, a large permanent vivero and extensive decorative gardens. Below the house is a 800 sq. ft. workshop, 300 sq. ft. of which is secure. Lot A has a large public road frontage, which facilitates additional subdivision, if desired. The total size of this lot is 6,728 sq. m. or approx. 1.6 acres.

Lot B has a large 300 sq. m. building plantel made in 2008. The lot is about 60% secondary forest and has a seasonal creek running through it. It also has a secondary, undeveloped building site at the highest point of the property on top of a portion of the granite batholith upon which the famous El Santo statue is located. That portion of the lot is reached by dirt road.  Adjacent to the large plantel is a 200 sq. ft. cabina under construction. Lot B must include a road easement for Lot C access. The total size of this lot is 10,000 sq. m. or approx. 2.4 acres.

Lot C has about 300 sq. m. of building plantel in two adjoining sections. It has 6 meters of public road frontage. 50% is secondary forest. The remainder is planted in coffee, papaya, bananas, construction-grade bamboo and several species of flowering and immature lumber-grade trees. It has a secondary, undeveloped building site near its highest point. The total lot size is 12,000 sq. m. or approx. 2.9 acres.

Prices in USD

The entire property is priced at $279,000. We will consider offers for portions of the finca. The lot partition shown above is a sensible suggestion, but we are open to other partitions.

All prices are based on cash payout and do not include buyer's agent commissions or buyer's lawyer fees if you use either of those.
 
google earth plot of the property and surrounding area
Google Earth layout of the property's location within Costa Rica

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