Sweet Sunshine in Cariari
This marvelous property is located in the mountains of Turrialba at 3900 feet above sea level, with extraordinary views to the Turrialba Volcano and the Caribbean Ocean, only three hours away from the capital. The property is full of trees, has two rivers, fresh water springs and a natural lake.
It has four separate constructions made with wood from this property. One is the main house in a rustic style, spread on 127m2 with all the facilities to permanently live there, three bedrooms, a complete bathroom, an open kitchen, living room and dining room, office/library space, laundry room and cellar. In addition, there are three contemporary style cabins with one bedroom, one bathroom and kitchenette operated as a Bed and Breakfast for national and international tourists. Two of the cabins measure 114 ft, and the third one 154 ft. There is also a barn that can be remodeled into a platform for ¨bird watching¨.
This property can be used as recreational, tourism, wood production, sustainable projects, or to permanently live here surrounded by forests and spectacular views in peace and harmony with the sounds of silence ,and the variety of animals and fresh air. Ideal for mountain activities like tracking, hiking, fishing, and horses. Internet WIMAX service and electricity throughout the whole property.
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