DETAILS
Property ID
  2022061
Country
  Costa Rica
Region
  Osa North
Community
  Amapola
Land Type
  Ocean View
Land Use
  Farmland
Area (hectares)
  3.00
Area (acres)
  7.4
Price
  $450,000
Price/Hectare
  $150,000
Price/Acre
  $60,750
Price/Sq. Meter
  $15.00
Titled
  yes

DETAILS
Property ID
  2022061
Country
  Costa Rica
Region
  Osa North
Community
  Amapola
Land Type
  Ocean View
Land Use
  Farmland
Area (hectares)
  3.00
Area (acres)
  7.4
Price
  $450,000
Price/Hectare
  $150,000
Price/Acre
  $60,750
Price/Sq. Meter
  $15.00
Titled
  yes

DETAILS
Property ID
  2022061
Country
  Costa Rica
Region
  Osa North
Community
  Amapola
Land Type
  Ocean View
Land Use
  Farmland
Area (hectares)
  3.00
Area (acres)
  7.4
Price
  $450,000
Price/Hectare
  $150,000
Price/Acre
  $60,750
Price/Sq. Meter
  $15.00
Titled
  yes

SALE DETAIL

Our featured listing is brand new to the market and pretty much has it all.

Three titled hectares of rural tropical paradise, plus an open architecture home ready for your immediate occupancy, all turnkey and ready for your visit.

The land is located in the vicinity of the tiny hamlet of Amapola in Costa Rica’s awesome Osa Peninsula. Located just twenty minutes from Puerto Jimenez and ten minutes from La Palma, you will be near groceries, fuel, medical facilities, hardware, tourism outfitters and all kinds of other amenities. The property is just five minutes from the paved Highway 245 and the gravel road is passable year-round with regular two-wheel drive.

The 360 views of the house site are incredible. With majestic Golfo Dulce views on one side and the sinuous winding Rincon River Valley in another direction, the third horizon is forest view with the home right on the very knoll with a commanding view over all.

The property is located inside the Golfo Dulce Forestry Reserve, about 3 km as the crow flies from Corcovado National Park, World Heritage Site and the crown jewel of the Costa Rican National Park System. As such the farm has a profusion of deep forest wildlife and plethora of bird species.

The property itself is mostly pastureland, but there are some tilapia ponds and an active aquacultural project for you to expand upon and convert to shrimp hatchery if you prefer tiger prawns to tilapia—well, that is perhaps a bit of a stretch as the learning curve is long and steep, but tilapia are already flourishing. In fact, the tayra has grown tame, practically, from occasional feedings and wanders up no 50 meters from the house, mornings, to sniff the air and say howdy.

This property has its own water but it is also served by public utility asada water so that it is street legal for building permits should you wish to upgrade on the home style and build your own tropical manse. Grid power provides electricity to the home.

Check out our video and don’t hesitate to call or write for more information or to schedule your showing.

Our featured listing is brand new to the market and pretty much has it all.

Three titled hectares of rural tropical paradise, plus an open architecture home ready for your immediate occupancy, all turnkey and ready for your visit.

The land is located in the vicinity of the tiny hamlet of Amapola in Costa Rica’s awesome Osa Peninsula. Located just twenty minutes from Puerto Jimenez and ten minutes from La Palma, you will be near groceries, fuel, medical facilities, hardware, tourism outfitters and all kinds of other amenities. The property is just five minutes from the paved Highway 245 and the gravel road is passable year-round with regular two-wheel drive.

The 360 views of the house site are incredible. With majestic Golfo Dulce views on one side and the sinuous winding Rincon River Valley in another direction, the third horizon is forest view with the home right on the very knoll with a commanding view over all.

The property is located inside the Golfo Dulce Forestry Reserve, about 3 km as the crow flies from Corcovado National Park, World Heritage Site and the crown jewel of the Costa Rican National Park System. As such the farm has a profusion of deep forest wildlife and plethora of bird species.

The property itself is mostly pastureland, but there are some tilapia ponds and an active aquacultural project for you to expand upon and convert to shrimp hatchery if you prefer tiger prawns to tilapia—well, that is perhaps a bit of a stretch as the learning curve is long and steep, but tilapia are already flourishing. In fact, the tayra has grown tame, practically, from occasional feedings and wanders up no 50 meters from the house, mornings, to sniff the air and say howdy.

This property has its own water but it is also served by public utility asada water so that it is street legal for building permits should you wish to upgrade on the home style and build your own tropical manse. Grid power provides electricity to the home.

Check out our video and don’t hesitate to call or write for more information or to schedule your showing.

Our featured listing is brand new to the market and pretty much has it all.

Three titled hectares of rural tropical paradise, plus an open architecture home ready for your immediate occupancy, all turnkey and ready for your visit.

The land is located in the vicinity of the tiny hamlet of Amapola in Costa Rica’s awesome Osa Peninsula. Located just twenty minutes from Puerto Jimenez and ten minutes from La Palma, you will be near groceries, fuel, medical facilities, hardware, tourism outfitters and all kinds of other amenities. The property is just five minutes from the paved Highway 245 and the gravel road is passable year-round with regular two-wheel drive.

The 360 views of the house site are incredible. With majestic Golfo Dulce views on one side and the sinuous winding Rincon River Valley in another direction, the third horizon is forest view with the home right on the very knoll with a commanding view over all.

The property is located inside the Golfo Dulce Forestry Reserve, about 3 km as the crow flies from Corcovado National Park, World Heritage Site and the crown jewel of the Costa Rican National Park System. As such the farm has a profusion of deep forest wildlife and plethora of bird species.

The property itself is mostly pastureland, but there are some tilapia ponds and an active aquacultural project for you to expand upon and convert to shrimp hatchery if you prefer tiger prawns to tilapia—well, that is perhaps a bit of a stretch as the learning curve is long and steep, but tilapia are already flourishing. In fact, the tayra has grown tame, practically, from occasional feedings and wanders up no 50 meters from the house, mornings, to sniff the air and say howdy.

This property has its own water but it is also served by public utility asada water so that it is street legal for building permits should you wish to upgrade on the home style and build your own tropical manse. Grid power provides electricity to the home.

Check out our video and don’t hesitate to call or write for more information or to schedule your showing.



Property Features:

      
  • Ocean View
  • Mountain View 
  • Ranchland  
  • Secondary Forest
  • Streams    
  • On-site Water    



Property Features:

      
  • Ocean View
  • Mountain View 
  • Ranchland  
  • Secondary Forest
  • Streams    
  • On-site Water    



Property Features:

      
  • Ocean View
  • Mountain View 
  • Ranchland  
  • Secondary Forest
  • Streams    
  • On-site Water    




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