Roble Sabana 105 – Reserva Conchal
With Spanish colonial design elements mixed with a beautiful garden, this house is in the best location in Escazu - Trejos Montealegre. The residence of Spanish ceramic floors, garden, precious woods like Almendro and Samanea and large spaces provide and ample and inviting atmosphere.
Approximately 5,380 square feet (approximately 500 m2) of indoor / outdoor living, it includes formal and casual spaces with comfort and style, including a spacious formal living room, dining room and informal dining. All these areas lead to a large terrace overlooking a tropical garden and a topa "deck" and social area with a Jacuzzi. The master bedroom, overlooking the garden has a large bathroom and dressing room. Other features include: study, a half bath for guests, family room, reading room and two more bedrooms, each with its own full bath. It also has maid’s quarters, warehouse, garage and it is fully fully fenced, which offers great privacy and security on 1,000 m2 (approximately 10,760 square feet)
Just 5 minutes from downtown Escazu, the property is just a 5-minute walk from Avenida Escazu, Office Centers El Cedral and General Bank, and with easy access to Highway 27 it is only 10 minutes away from major shopping malls (Multiplaza, Plaza Tempo), CIMA Hospital, Blue Valley School, British School, entertainment centers (Lindora, Plaza Itskazu) and restaurants.
National Geographic magazine has indicated that the climate of Escazu is one of the best, with temperatures ranging from 18 ° C to 28 ° C (64 ° F and 82 ° F).
City / Strip
Casino / Gambling
Jogging / Biking Path
Stall Shower and Tub
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