Ocean View Development Land with House and Easy Access to Uvita
- Land: 3 hectares (9 acres)
- Construction: 450 m2 (4,842 sq.ft.)
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 3
In order to get the big ocean views, most investors will typically have to drive between 10 and 20 minutes up the mountain on an improved dirt road, but with this property you will have an easy 2wd cruise straight from the main Costanera highway to your doorstep in only a few minutes.
Although this property is close to town, it is tucked into the jungle giving you a sense of seclusion and privacy. With a gated entrance and a guard's house, you will have total security while still being located minutes to the beach, restaurants, shopping, and daily amenities and services.
Over 9 acres of property contain seven parcels of land, each with it's own advantages. There is a main house already constructed on site, which includes a separate master villa, oversized pool, and an expansive patio. A second parcel has a well-constructed house, which was the original farmhouse. With a few upgrades and finishes it could serve as a successful rental. Enjoy ocean sunsets, primary and secondary jungle providing a home to toucans, sloths, and monkeys, and views that spread from Manuel Antonio to the Osa Peninsula, including the major landmarks of Caño Island, Isla Ballena, and the famous Whale's Tail of Uvita.
All seven parcels have internal access roads, as well as electrical and water hookups with registered easements. Traditional lampposts are located throughout the property with underground electrical wiring. Public AyA water is provided throughout the property. Backing up to a protected wilderness reserve, you will experience daily visitors including howler and white-faced monkeys, toucans, parrots, and you may even be able to see the elusive red macaws!
Ideal as a mini development, family or corporate compound, or even a private oasis, this property will provide you with everything you could ask for. Expansive ocean views, easy 2wd access, town amenities, jungle surroundings, fresh spring water, internal infrastructure in place - the list goes on!
Uvita is a quiet beach town that is gaining international exposure. The beaches are part of the Marino Ballena National Park and provide a beautiful place to spend the day or learn to surf. The town is full of restaurants and shopping as well as daily amenities including mechanics, banks, grocery stores, medical clinics, a dentist, and of course many tours and tourist activities. This town is quickly growing in popularity among retirees, investors, tourists, and expats looking to get away form the hustle and bustle and live a more simple, yet successful, life in Costa Rica.