Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Perez Zeledon San Isidro de El General ( San José, CR ) Built
This property is located amongst the most mountainous and most lush areas in Costa Rica, therefore making for unusually eye-appealing landscapes. The 70 hectares consists of ~ 35 hectares of pristine rainforest, and ~ 35 hectares of meadows apt for development. It should be noted that, given Costa Rica’s environmental laws, the cutting of forest is prohibited. The fact that roughly half of this property consists of meadows is significant, as these areas allow for the possibility of development in stride with Costa Rica’s environmental laws.
This property’s top-of-the-mountain location, unique topography (general concave shape), and forested boundaries, together provide for the utmost in privacy. Forested corridors (including the one pictured immediately below), environmentally protected against alteration as per Costa Rica law, flank the property’s boundaries on three sides, acting to ensure that the property’s privacy is never jeopardized. Additionally, the property is situated at an “end of the road” location, thus no thru vehicle access (i.e., no thru traffic). ‘Very appealing from a privacy, as well as a security, standpoint! It has pectacular ocean, mountain, and valley views! Virtually all of the property has sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean, surrounding mountains, and valleys below, as well as whitewater ocean views.
This property offers a seemingly endless supply of naturally occurring road-building material. This is significant from a cost savings standpoint, regarding the potential construction and maintenance of internal roads.
Given the property’s secluded location – undisturbed, un-commercialized and unburdened by cars, crowds or high rises – wildlife abounds – wildlife largely unseen in the more traveled (i.e., more populated) areas of Costa Rica – including felines.
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