Located in the village of Ojochal, the home features an open concept design downstairs that flows out to a covered patio, pool and rancho, perfectly designed for entertaining. With one bedroom and bath downstairs, the second floor has two more bedrooms and a bath, plus another living area and covered deck. There is also a garage and secure owner’s storage, along with beautifully landscaped grounds and large parking area. Built of solid concrete, it is an attractive acquisition for the discerning buyer seeking both quality and durability.
Security is no issue as the fenced home has an electrically controlled entrance with intercom and paved driveway, and is part of a two-property enclave, each separately titled. The two properties are separated by a landscaped 40-foot garden that attracts local fauna and ensures privacy for each residence.
Whether you are retired or looking to retire, seeking new business challenges or simply searching out the “Pura Vida” lifestyle, Ojochal features top-notch restaurants with a traditional, European or North American flair. Travel to the north 15 minutes to find the emerging new commercial center of Uvita. With banks, pharmacies, supermarkets, business centers, hair salons, service stations and a medical clinic, Uvita has all the amenities you require while still retaining it’s sleepy “beach and jungle” atmosphere.
Beaches abound between Ojochal and Uvita, where you will find Marino Ballena National Park, which boasts some of Costa Rica’s most beautiful, unspoiled and pristine beaches and protected natural areas. There are also public beaches at Playa Ventanas and Playa Tortuga.
Farther south on the Costanera Sur Highway in San Buenas, you’ll find the site of an 18 hole golf course, with 9 holes now completed and open for operation. There are also two more commercial centers in the towns of Cortes and Palmar, with a public hospital located in Cortes (a 15 minute drive) and a regional airport in Palmar (a 20 minute drive). All in all, you will find your ideal tropical paradise here in Costa Rica’s emerging Southern Pacific Zone.