This 34 hectareas borders the Rio Morenos for about mile. There are a few very private pools or swimming holes along the property’s river frontage. From the lower area the land elevates in different plateaus or benches made up of gently sloping areas to flat land and owns the mountain top with views looking out over the entire area and on to the Pacific out to Cano Island.
In the N/E corner is a natural lagoon that is spring fed and maintains its water level throughout the year. The lagoon attracts wildlife, waterfowl, birds and local ducks that roost on the lagoon year round.
This has been a Campesino homestead for many years. There is a typical Campesino home ready to be lived in by the new owners, an excellent location to get started from or move in and keep the sustainable farm going! There is a large area of plantains planted and plenty of room for the small-time farmer. On the land there are several connecting areas with great views that are suitable for development or construction.
The Rio Morenos must be crossed to access the 34 hectareas. A public road provides access from the river through the property and just a few hundred meters more giving access to the neighboring 5 fincas. This finca is on its own private mountain bordered by the river below and is shared with only a few other property owners.
There is a “Tahoe” or rock deposit located on the property and along the public road that can be used for road improvement on the property and the public road.
Water is provided from a strong spring that originates from the property. This spring gives water to the house and livestock and can be developed to further provide water to the land.
Electricity can be accessed from across the river from the public ICE lines along the public road.
Located 30 minutes from the paved road at Platanillo. This is an ideal semi-outback location for the buyer that doesn’t mind going the extra mile and to get to a great location.
Forested Jungle Land
Blue Water Views
Cano Island View
Natural Building sites