Sweet Sunshine in Cariari
Comfortable mountain home with two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms on a nice seven-thousand-meter lot.
The main floor includes an open floor-plan kitchen and living room, sizeable terrace, and master suite as well as the laundry area.
The kitchen and living room are integrated, and open onto the covered terrace, from which you can take in the view of FOUR volcanoes, mountain ranges, and the lights of the central valley that come on as the sun is setting. The kitchen is modern, high end appliances, and Brazilian granite countertops.
The master suite on the ground floor includes a walk-in closet with natural light and an ensuite bathroom.
On the second floor there is a second master suite with bathroom and closet, as well as a loft over the living area that can serve as a family room, office, TV area, etc.
Below the ground level, making use of the sloping terrain, is a 20m2 workshop with running water.
Additional features of the home include maintenance free roof tiles made from recycled plastic and designed to reduce noise from rain. Over the past five years all major renovations and maintenance have been done (gutters, solar hot water tank, security system review, electricity meter, drip irrigation, etc).
The property, at almost two acres, includes an area ready to build for a swimming pool, space for more construction, and an area completely fenced in with numerous fruit trees (oranges, lemons, tangerines, mangos, bananas, jocotes, and nísperos).
There is a paved walking path throughout the property, and the lower part of the property has been reforested with native trees and is bordered by a creek.
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