Casa La Pradera Moravia
With a privileged location in the mountains of Escazú, near the monastery, supermarkets, and the La Paco shopping center, which features various restaurants, a gym, and different places of interest. It also has access to a road that leads to Santa Ana without having to pass through the center of Escazú.
Upon entering, you step out of the elevator directly into a spacious foyer, which offers a wide view of the entire Central Valley. To the right, there is a cozy family room separated by doors for privacy, as well as the bedrooms. There are a total of 4 bedrooms, including 3 secondary bedrooms, two with a shared bathroom, and one with its own bathroom. The master bedroom has its own spacious closet, as well as a bathroom with a tub and shower.
To the left of the welcoming foyer, there is a large living-dining room with a balcony spanning the entire front, offering views of the Central Valley. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow natural light to flood the space. The kitchen is conveniently located with direct access from this area. It is spacious with ample storage and workspace, a breakfast bar, and room for a breakfast nook. There is also access to the service area, which includes a bedroom and its own bathroom, as well as a separate entrance.
The penthouse also features a spacious office or library space with breathtaking views.
It has a total of 471 square meters (5,070 square feet) and two parking spaces in the basement. It is located within a condominium that includes some houses and the apartment building. Situated on the 4th floor, which is the top floor, and positioned at the highest possible point in the condominium, it provides impressive views towards the Central Valley.
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