Not all ocean view lots are created equal... ocean view, stunning mountain view, river access, and ample building spaces for your estate.
Tucked in the back of Whale’s Tail Estates, an established seven lot mini-development, this 8.7-acre property holds the key to your dream estate. You will drive 10 minutes from Uvita, the center of the southern Pacific zone, up an improved 4wd road. This road has night time security posted at the Uvita waterfall which adds to your peace of mind. As you climb to 2,000 ft. of elevation, the temperature drops noticeably. There is one custom home finished and another under construction.
As you can see by the photos, the driveway leads to a small circular area that can be easily expanded. There is an ocean view building area to your left and right up the hill. Last year the owners constructed a 130 sq ft rancho made out of Costa Rican hardwood and aluminum steel. This covered lookout offers ocean to mountain views and could be incorporated into an extensive home or landscaping design. Continuing deeper into the property, you come to a small, but spectacular building pad perched on a knoll. It has unobstructed views of a dramatic jungle-covered ridgeline all the way down to the Pacific Ocean and Whale’s Tail reef formation. From that point, there is a trail up to another building pad wrapped by primary and secondary jungle (think- massive trees and wildlife).
One of the big differentiators of this property is the Rio Cortezal. You can hear it babbling in the valley below, and you can access it from a private community trail and from a trail on the property. The river experience is surreal, and relaxing on the rocks and exploring upstream/downstream is a must. Not a hotel site, but ideal for those looking to build a private estate that could include rentals.
If you have yet to visit Uvita, it is the center of the Costa Ballena. Close proximity to numerous beaches, and all the services you need (including 3 private schools!). Uvita is also an equidistant 15 minutes to Ojochal (an international town known for its culinary delights) and Dominical (a sleepy beach town known for surfing and nightlife).