House with breathtaking ocean view
Delightful Tres Rios Home with Spine-Tingling Views and Plenty of Potential
Located atop a peaceful mountain ridge of the Cordillera de Talamanca range, which lines the incredible Pacific shoreline of the Costa Ballena. From any spot on this property, the sweeping bird’s eye view of the jungle valley meeting the coast is enough to take your breath away.
A quaint little get away from your usual day-to-day living, this 2-bedroom house is within reach of the most budget-conscious investor and is located a short distance from the village heart of Tres Rios. This tiny home is dramatically positioned on the edge of a large and flat building area in anticipation of future expansion, including potential for a pool and some decorative landscaping to match the lush jungle forest surrounding this home along the hillsides. Some other possible considerations can include expanding the existing house or building a row of smaller ones for rental possibilities.
The home has an air-conditioned master bedroom for a cool and peaceful sleep, and one bathroom conveniently located in the center of the house. There is a large, full kitchen that opens on to the awe-inspiring, mountain facing patio, and connects with a roomy living and dining area. Upstair, you will find a spectacular ocean-view loft from which you look down on to Isla Garza, Rio Terraba and the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean, with Isla del Caño visible in the distance. From your shaded deck, you are only a few minutes hike from a beautiful waterfall on a rugged path that can be landscaped to your liking.
Marcia brings a wealth of real estate investment expertise to OTP having begun her career as a real estate investor in 2000. She joined the OTP team in 2011. Her investment experience, knowledge of the local market and keen strategic thinking are key to her success as an agent. Marcia is a Certified Costa Rica Real Estate Agent and a member of the Real Estate Investment Network (REIN). Marcia moved from Calgary, Canada to Ojochal in 2006 to enjoy the peace and tranquility of the country. Marcia's small dog, Karma, can often be found snoozing behind her desk in the office. She speaks English and Spanish.