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A mix of huge prepared land, jungle, river, streams, ocean view - 50 Acres Uvita ( Puntarenas, CR ) Built

$225,000 USD
Just reduced from $375,000

DOMINICAL PROPERTY

Joshua Kanter Joshua Kanter 1-888-679-1227 (Office) (506) 8703-1130 (Cell) Request More Info

  • Surrounded by jungle, river, and partial ocean view
  • Type: Farm and Ranch
  • Style: Lot / Land
  • Development Level: Built
  • Lot Size: 50 acres

Description

20 hectares equals 50 acres. Several of those acres are flat and ready to build or cultivate. There are no restrictions on land use. Want to build a small community, retreat, family compound while tucked into Costa Rica's wonderland of nature just minutes to Uvita's town center? Here you go.

There is the river offering another branch of possibilities for land use. There is abundant spring water on this property which the seller has completely legalized for whatever purpose the new owners wish. All water for the property does originate on the property. The amount of usable land is extensive and there is also abundant canopied jungle. Some of the trees may be from a time forgotten they are so large.

The seller has just made a drastic price reduction to a level that is below market. A recent sale of a similar property at $320,000 bears this out. Asking price on a neighboring 20 hectare piece is $325,000. Likely to move from the market very quickly.

The current owner segregated the original 20 hectare parcel into one smaller piece and one larger piece. She used her IRA account to buy the land. IRA rules dictate that you cannot live on the land the IRA funds purchase. So the net result for this offering is that the property is all set up to purchase using an IRA if so desired. If not, then it will simply be business as usual.

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