This beautiful 75 acre / 30 ha ocean view property is for sale by the owner in Matapalo de Aguierre Costa Rica. The property is located about 15 minutes south of Quepos and Manuel Antonio and 15 min north of Dominical on the beautiful southern pacific coast.
The farm consists of about 30% primary forest and the rest natural grass pasture and a small 20 year old teak forest. The property borders two small rivers on each side which have hydro power potential. The entire property enjoys 180 degree ocean and sunset views from Manuel Antonio in the North to the Osa Peninsula in the south. Especially the sunset view is quite rare since most properties in dominical especially the southern ones look south and miss therefore the amazing sunsets most of the year.
This property is one of the rare last big farms available in the area which are totally private and are the end of their road so the property and the road leading to it can be gated and closed off for privacy.
The owner installed a new high yield deep well a couple years back which delivers lots of fresh water year round! The well comes with all papers and a concession. This again is a big benefit since water is already rare in the area especially in the dry season from January to April. There is also a moratorium in place right now so no new wells can be legally drilled in the southern zone!
The property features 4 flat building sites ready to built your dream homes. One of them is large enough to build a hotel or large main house.
- One of the last large and private ocean view farms in the area
- Whole property features Ocean Views and year round sunset views
- Elevation of 300ft for year round fresh air and cool breezes
- 20 acres of old growth primary forest
- Two bordering rivers with hydro potential
- 5 building sites ready to built with a couple more which are undeveloped
- End of the road property for complete privacy without neighbours
- New deep high yield well for year around fresh water
- Great Location at 10 min from the beach and town, 15 min to Manuel Antonio and Marina
- A couple hundred fruit trees planted over the last 10 years