The Green Gold from San Agustin Neighborhood just 30 minutes from Uvita Beach, impressive sights, springs and waterfalls
- Land size: 15 Hectares (37.05 Acres)
San Agustín is one of the most impressive places to be found in the South Pacific of Costa Rica, and not for nothing has it earned the name that all roads lead to San Agustín. A town located just 30 minutes from the city of San Isidro Del General and 30 minutes from Uvita, world famous for whale watching.
This 15-hectare property has everything you want, from springs and waterfalls, to construction sites, as well as meadows and mountains to delight us with the views of the valleys and colorful towns that characterize the area, without forgetting the view of the imposing Chirripo National Park.
The property has 2 springs that are protected by a small row of jungle which leads us to the different waterfalls and streams that this property has.
The farm in its flat part with many planteles has about 2 hectares of secondary forest where the wildlife of the area is frequently observed, such as deer, chestnuts, coatis, monkeys, tepescuincles, iguanas and birds. Additional contains about 4 hectares of coffee plantations that generate an average profit of $18,000 per year in its production.
The owners of the property tell their anecdotes about the faces and comments of amazement that all the people make when they visit their property.
This property has access to public services, and is reached directly by Public Street, and has all the deeds and permits up to date, without any encumbrances.
It is important to mention that the property can be reached by car from San Isidro and in a 4x2 vehicle from the Uvita sector, Marino Ballenas National Park. There is a project to pave the road from the town of San Agustín to Uvita, additionally from the property the International Airport will be observed, which is planned to be built in the southern zone of Costa Rica.
Observe for yourself the location and all the potential that the area has: 9°15'44.6"N 83°41'20.1"W - Google Maps.
There is no doubt that now is the time to buy in the area, as in the short term there will be a large sustainable luxury tourism and residential development.