Located right in the path of projected development & growth in southern Costa Rica, this Palmar Sur estate property offers unique amenities that some select buyers are looking for and that simply are not commonly available on the market. Perhaps the most notable is the private access to the Palmar Sur regional airport. So without the hassle of maintenance, the owners of this property have private access to the regional airport in Palmar Sur, sufficient for small jets and most private planes. The land size is a skoshe under 6 hectares (14+ acres) and nearly every inch of it is usable. This would be a perfect site for a hotel or a small community of residential homes with room for commercial. There are 3 houses on the property, each with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. The seller lives in one and rents out the other 2 to local professionals.
There is a large work shop where numerous vehicles and equipment can be stored, a hangar, and an open air covered area for more planes, tractors, you name it. The current owner uses part of the property to house his horses that enjoy plenty of pasturage and shade underneath the mammoth trees on the property along with a horse stable with water. There is a tremendous variety of succulent Costa Rican fruit trees: bananas, plantains, guanabana, avocado, papaya, apples, mamon chino (lichee), mango, guava, cass, lemons etc, etc... I asked the seller why he has so much produce growing on the property. He has a small family that couldn't possibly eat it all. He enjoys the cultivating and then giving it away.
Palmar Sur is located near the town of Sierpe, a riverside town that is the launch spot of choice for many of the ocean access areas of the Osa Peninsula. Of course, you can launch and cruise your own boat over to your select spot on the peninsula. The Osa is growing in popularity around the world and has been named by *National Geographic* as "the most biologically intense place on earth". There are numerous tours that launch from there as well. And then there is the impending presence of a new international airport in Palmar Sur that will no doubt have a profound impact on the economy of the area. This places this property in the path of development lending considerable weight to investor prognostications of rising land values in the area.