This stunning farm located in the Talamanca Mountains near San Isidro de El General, in the beautiful county of Perez Zeledon, is a veritable developer's "tabula rasa."
The farm consists of 119 hectares (294 acres), with views of the entire Valle General, from Cerro de la Muerte to Buenos Aires. The farm overlooks the 5-star AltaGracia resort and is also bordered by the Chirripo National Park.
The main entrance to the property features a casita with one bedroom, bath, kitchen and living areas, balcony with views and fire-pit. The casita works perfectly for people to stay that are interested in building within the development. The wall and structure that forms the entrance gate were tastefully constructed using stones found on the property.
Currently some 95 hectares are being used for coffee production. A variety of coffee beans are being harvested, including Ovata, Venecia, Katuaí and Pancho.
20 hectares of the farm consists of tropical mountains, rich in flora and fauna and 3.8 hectares are grass fields.
There are 3 internal creeks with many cascades, as well as year-round springs, on the property. The farm is bordered to the north by the Calientillo River.
Road-work has been completed throughout the farm, with several kilometers of connecting routes, all of which bear metal signs and names. Care was taken to ensure that routes were spaced to provide ample in-between areas for development.
The farm is developable for a wide-variety of uses such as a residential development and/or mountain eco-resort and has perhaps the best and most expansive views in the county of Perez Zeledon. The elevation of around 1,200 meters (just under 4,000 feet) offers a near-perfect climate year round.