Proyecto Sirius Residencial, Santa Bárbara
Nature Preserve. Lodge. Farm.
A canvas on which to develop your project, whatever it may be… from a single home surrounded by rolling hills, pastures, forests, and a raging river, to a productive agricultural farm, or to the premier destination in the Turrialba area for tourism.
From this property you can offer access to the raging Pacuare River that runs along the property and designate areas for European companies to trial exclusive agricultural products as is currently done. You can host the Camino de Costa Rica hikers in the main home and the guest cabins, offer day tours to the attractions in the area. Operate a livestock operation, continue the conservation grants. You name it. With 300ha, a valid tourist patent, and pastures, forests, a river, and cabins, get creative and watch it grow.
From the deck of the main house you have a postcard-like view of the majestic Turrialba volcano across the valley, perfect way to finish the day with a drink on the terrace watching the colors of the Turrialba giant change as the sun sets.
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