35 Hectare Agrarian Parcel Pacific Ocean Views

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    Located in an area known as one of the best kept secrets in Costa Rica, this 35 hectare (86.5 acres approx.) farm/agrarian parcel has Pacific Ocean and Nicoya Peninsula views. Hidden in La Tabla, San Ramon, Alajuela, this parcel is ready to develop and build, or turn into income agriculture and appreciate. At approximately $1.40/m2 this piece of Costa Rica real estate earned our Best Value stamp of approval. [See description below]

    San Ramon Costa Rica Real Estate, Income Property, Development Project, Investment Property

    35 Hectare Agrarian Parcel Pacific Ocean Views, Listing Price: $500,000.00 USD

    Project:35 hectares
    Ocean Views:Yes
    Main Road FrontageYes
    Property Type:Development Project

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    The agrarian parcel is located 1.100 m feet above sea level it provides one of the best climates in the world with all year long average temperature of 77ºF (25ºC). It is approximately 7 mile to San Ramon as well, San José is 43 miles and to the airport Juan Santamaria 30 miles.

    There is a total of seven natural springs on the land, fresh, pure, natural spring water sources. The parcel also has a river running through and the project includes all the lot designs and construction plans. The water and power services are in the area and ready to be hooked up.

    Great location, fantastic views, incredible bear market price, makes this Costa Rica real estate parcel one of our Best Investment Selections.

    Category: Living in Costa Rica >> Costa Rica Real Estate >> San Ramon Alajuela >> Development Project >> Agriculture / Agrarian >> Costa Rica Investment

    Contact us for more information on Costa Rica Real Estate and one of our Experts will be glad to assist you.

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)
    San Jose Costa Rica

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