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Casa de Paz, Los Laureles

4 Bedrooms
4 Full Bathrooms
2 Part. Bathrooms
4,628 Square Feet - Interior
7,803.90 Square Feet - Exterior


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ABOUT : Casa de Paz, Los Laureles

Gorgeous Colonial style family home, with a linear structure distributed on a one-floor plan, with a fantastic private garden, solidly built 30 years ago. This home is divided in four main areas, accessed through a stunning main hall with wood crafted double-height ceilings, followed by the open living and dining room facing the garden. Surrounding it is a corridor that leads to the terrace which is ideal for entertaining.

On the right side are the kitchen, laundry, and service area with independent access to the garden. On the left side are the four bedrooms with the TV room in the middle. The master suite is quite spacious and has two bathrooms and walk-in closets, with a gentle sensation of being surrounded by green and the birds singing throughout the day.

This house has artisan details, like Nicaraguan handmade clay teaks and floors, wrought iron windows, and great quality woods. This is a spacious, comfortable, naturally lit and well-ventilated home. Fabulous for those who want to live in a peaceful oasis in a prime location nearby cafés, boutiques, shopping malls, schools, working areas, embassies and main roads. Very safe home with security locks and perimeter fence.


Costa Rica Sotheby's International Realty
  • Los Laureles
  • Escazu
  • San José, Costa Rica

Property ID: 3TE7YF



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