- Updated On:
- August 10, 2023
- 3 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 275.00 m2
Some words to describe this luscious area of Bijagual, sweeping beauty, stunning Ocean Views, untouched and Pristine, captivating, lush beauty, majestic walls of unspoiled jungle and waterfalls. fantastic sunsets, abundant wildlife, pristine areas of Costa Rica.
House with incredible views of the Peninsula and the Gulf of Nicoya, unforgettable sunsets, incredible views of the virgin forest, you can hear the “Jacó-Falls” a short distance away. Good Life, Nature and Tranquility for peace of mind just minutes from the tourist center of Jacó and many other beaches! All the comforts will allow you to feel at home in the middle of the mountain.
The house is located on the edge of the tropical forest, looking over the treetops, so many wild species such as toucans, limpets, iguanas, monkeys, butterflies, etc. can be seen from the terrace.
The house is located on top of the mountain behind Jacó. The ideal would be to travel in your own car, although there are carriers in the area. The main access from Villa Lapas is mostly paved, the connection to Jaco is by gravel road, 6 miles, in the rainy season Sep-Oct-Nov we recommend 4×4. The garage with electric gate is for two cars.
Other aspects to highlight.
-Lot 4300 M2
-Great views over the mountain and gulf.
-Main house and guest house with total 275 M2 construction, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
-Entertainment area with BBQ small pool and bath and shower.
-If you like privacy and to be in a pristine area, this is the area for you.
-House with cedar wood furniture.
-Neighborhood with about 20 houses around most of them foreigners.
-No rental income history.
-Brand new House. Owner was there only one time.
-Two car huge garage which can be converted into a big apartment.
-Located only 30 minutes from Jaco on a dirt road, the small agricultural village “Bijagual” is around the corner, as hotels and restaurants and tourism activities.
My point of view, a nicely build 2 house compound with a fantastic view, over the mountains and the gulf.