Casa UNA located 115 meters from the National University of Heredia and on Calle 7, this street being (exit to San José) one of the largest vehicular flow in the province.
Property with Mixed Soil Use, highly commercial and institutional. It lends itself to making up to 9 offices or offices.
It was the seat of the Ministry of Labour for many years, subsequently hosted a growing software company. Because of its magnificent location it lends itself to housing any type of government institution or commerce in general; as well as performing a residential use, for those who like to live in the center of the city and be able to move around walking to all places.
The house consists of: Garden (remodeling possible parking for up to 5 vehicles), lobby, office or bedroom, two rooms, separate dining room, large terrace that functions as internal space, patio of light, kitchen with fine wooden furniture, ante-dining room, Battery room, utility room with full bathroom, garage for two vehicles and space for a third vehicle outside, two secondary bedrooms, a shared bathroom, master bedroom with full bathroom.
The house is very safe, has electric fence all over the perimeter and completely lattice. All electrical installation and ceiling are new.
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