Casa Valle Verde
Colonial design is one of the most popular architecture techniques because it never goes out of style. It is characterized by its very simple lines and shapes but with great warmth.
The renowned Costa Rican architect, Ronald Zurcher, designed this property with the intention of giving its owners a little piece of the Motherland.
Each of its four rooms has its own bathroom, giving privacy and comfort to its residents. One of the rooms could even be used as an office or a guest room. The main room has a large walk-in closet and an office.
It has a large service area with a bedroom and a full bathroom that connects to the kitchen, which in turn is equipped with all appliances in perfect condition.
The living room and dining room have high vaulted ceilings, reminiscent of the property’s architectural style, and that aid in providing fluidity and natural ventilation. For the warmer days, the home is equipped with air conditioning.
The terrace is spacious with an area for an indoor BBQ, in case of a rainy day. A few steps away you’ll find the pool and guest room. The pool is heated by gas so it can be used at any time of year without any issues.
This property is surrounded by carefully tended gardens.
Costa Rica’s pristine beaches, beautiful nature and thriving local economy have driven many people to call Costa Rica their second home. The country has thrived in recent years and owning a home in Costa Rica is an affordable luxury. More than 20,000 U.S. expatriates already live in Costa Rica. The wide range of scenic landscapes and microclimates make Costa Rica a dream for people looking for a vacation home. Covering 51,000 scenic square kilometers, Costa Rica is a safe place to call home. There is a low incidence of violent crime. Outside the capital city thereisn’t much crime of any kind. It is a country with amazing people, a high standard of living, and an exciting blend of local and foreign cultures.