For Sale $892,000 - House
Spectacular 4.40 acre property with 180° ocean view of the Osa Peninsula
- House Size: 1600 sqft
- Property ID: 3781 C
- Year Built: 2004
- Lot Size M2: 17
- Lot Size Acres: 4.4
- Lot Size Hectares: 1.8
- 2 Bathrooms:
- 2 Bedrooms:
This spectacular 180° ocean view Costa Rica home overlooks Caño Island and the Osa Peninsula to the south, as well as the Terraba river and the Ballena Rocks to the north. To get here is an easy five minute drive from the highway, making this a rare find in the mountainous region of the south pacific.
This cozy two bedroom house features sweeping 360° ocean and mountain vistas that are next to none. Located on a 4.3-acre lot, this property is the perfect getaway to watch the magnificent Pacific Ocean sunsets. And in addition to the primary plantel, there are three additional natural plantels well suited for building additional structures. Enjoy this home as it is or convert it into a hotel or villa that will impress even the most discerning guests.
About the Osa Peninsula
Jutting out towards the Pacific Ocean on the southern end of Costa Rica’s Pacific coast, the Osa Peninsula continues to be one of the most remote and unindustrialized regions of Costa Rica. This natural wonderland contains 5% of the world’s diversity, and is home to at least half of all species living in Costa Rica.
This wild region is well worth the 2 hour drive south of the Costa Ballena. Take the scenic coastal drive down to explore the vast rainforest that shelters Costa Rica’s largest remaining population of jaguars and tapirs. Surf some of the best waves along the peninsula’s southern point, including the second largest left hand break in the world in Pavones. And take a boat ride through the Osa Peninsula’s enormous mangrove system.
Corcovado National Park is the largest park in Costa Rica, protecting nearly a third of the total area of the Osa Peninsula. It is the crown jewel of Costa Rica’s extensive national park system, and National Geographic Magazine called it “the most biologically intense place on Earth.”