Luxury House in Calle Boqueron, Guachipelín
Villa Amón is a turn of the century masterpiece. Designed and built by a French mason, it’s one of the most important architectural accomplishments in Costa Rican history.
This spectacular mansion was the birthplace of the democratic revolution of 1948 and served as the British Embassy in the 1950’s.
Painstakingly restored and maintained over the last decade, Villa Amón is a profitable B&B and boasts a street level, cloistered brick ceiling bar that could become another stream of income.
It is turnkey and has potential for multiple usages, or it could simply be your new palace in the heart of San José’s nightlife.
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