- (USD 145,000)
- For Sale
- Costa Rica
The finest, most inexpensive, and well laid out Ocean View project in the south Pacific zone of Costa Rica. Incredible 86 acre development with slow rolling steps of terrain that allow for an unlimited number of individual plantelles (homesites) built in to the natural contour of the surrounding landscape. Beautiful old growth trees on the grounds with 10% primary rain forest land, however the building sites are natural in their setting. The Costa Rican Setena (SecretarÃa TÃ©cnica Nacional Ambiental) environmental regulatory agency has issued permits for 19 homesites, all permits are filed and current. This entire piece of property faces out to the Pacific Ocean overlooking Marino Ballena National Park (home of the famous `Whales Tail` rock formation and reefs) in the pristine Osa Peninsula Region. Both water and electrical service are readily available to the site. Location. The entrance to this 86 acre development is the road next to the new La Corona grocery store in central Uvita. Native wildlife around the grounds with Howler Monkeys, White Face Monkeys, Toucans, Scarlet McCaws, Humming Birds, Green Parrots, 2 & 3 Toe Sloth, Iguana and the Blue Morh Butterfly. Only a short distance (minutes) to the Costanera (Pacific Coast) Highway and some of the finest beaches and parks in Costa Rica including Playa Dominical, Playa Domincalito, Playa Hemosa, Playa Uvita, Playa Ballena, Playa Pinuela, Playa Ventanas, Playa Tortuga, and Rancho La Merced National Wildlife Refuge. Great proximity to the newest southern zone Hospital in Cortez, the site of the proposed new southern zone International Airport, the Grand Terraba River, the Sierpe River Valley, and the 30,000+ hectare Terraba Sierpe National Wetlands, which protect the extensive river mouth delta systems, estuaries, and wetlands between the Terraba River and the Sierpe River. Terraba Sierpe has one of the largest protected mangrove reserves in the world and an enormous, intricate conglomerate of river deltas, estuaries, and wetlands that wind between the rivers and up to Boca Sierpe (mouth of the river) and Drake Bay. Drake Bay sees a yearly migration of whales that come to calve and feed their young, and is home to a multitude of dolphin. The mangroves, like an estuary, provide a unique, protective ecosystem that supports an exceptional and diverse amount of life, particularly waterfowl and fish. The town of Sierpe is in the lush and beautiful Valle De Diquis (Diquis Valley). The valley is well known for its giant hand carved spheres of stone and other archaeological relics from pre-columbian times. Daily flites to Palmar Sur, a 30 minute drive, on both Sansa Airlines and Natura Air. See additional photos and detail
The finest, most inexpensive, and well laid out Ocean View project in the south Pacific zone of Costa Rica. Incredible 86 acre development with slow rolling steps of terrain that allow for an unlimited number of individual plantelles (homesites) built in to the natural contour of the surrounding landscape. Beautiful old growth trees on the grounds ...