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La Dorothea Development Land: Waterfalls and Terraces

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ABOUT : La Dorothea Development Land: Waterfalls and Terraces

This majestic property is located in the canton of San Mateo, one of the areas in Costa Rica where people live the longest. It is located on the main road and 15 minutes from Route 27, the highway that connects to San José, the capital, and to the world-class beaches in the Central Pacific Coast. 

This property has two great waterfalls that flow all year-round. The scenic beauty that is enjoyed throughout the property is incomparable.

La Dorotea already has all the plans for a development to become a great entertainment center for families, business associations and tourist centers that want to offer the public an extraordinary experience.

This 12.5 Ha (31.04 acres) farm has incredible potential for development. In the already-contemplated draft, there are two large houses, each with an independent pool, ideal to enjoy the warm weather of San Mateo. 

This blueprint was developed in conjunction with the award-winning Architect Marcia González, noted for her experience in outdoor developments, wall finishes and decoration.

A large amount has been invested to form the terraces where the two main structures can be placed, in addition to developing the paths to walk the entire estate and enjoy the stream that cross it.


Costa Rica Sotheby's International Realty
  • San Mateo
  • Alajuela
  • Alajuela, Costa Rica

Property ID: KWSRLJ


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