Into the Woods
With additional two studios, and just a few minutes from the center of Escazu, this house is located at the end of a the road, with a lot of privacy and long-time neighbors that offer an atmosphere of tranquility.
Escazu is one of the towns with the oldest settlements in Costa Rica, the large coffee plantations, and subsequent urban developments, it is one of the first places where investors and even Costa Ricans from the Central Valley set their sights.
This property consists of 3,591.28 m2 (38,656 sqft) of land and approximately 450 m2 (4,843 sqft) of construction.
It is distributed in:
- Main room on the second floor.
This is a studio type, it has a special room for the bedroom and a walk-in-closet, extremely spacious, with windows that overlook the garden.
- It has an additional room on the second floor with which it shares the full bathroom.
- On the first floor there are 2 large rooms.
- Kitchen, dining room.
- Huge room with fireplace, rustic cabin style, with spectacular details.
- The balcony is one of those areas that are most enjoyed, it has views of the entire patio and a very nice view of the central valley.
The house was built in order to enjoy the wide areas.
Each of the two studios have 1 bedroom 1 bathroom, living room and kitchen.
There is suited room for more than 10+ cars around the house and with small remodel in the studios would create a 2 covered garages.
The property extends with many green areas and a path to walk, breathe fresh air and recharge batteries.
For a long time this property was used as a Bed & Breakfast, due to its excellent location.
People who come to Costa Rica to learn Spanish, to get to know the country or just to relax will enjoy their stay here if it is decided to open it again.
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