60 Hectares for Development or Farming in Prime Location in Southern Zone!\n\nLocated between Golfito and Rio Claro in the Southern Pacific Zone of Costa Rica, this 147 acre (59.80 hectare) property is in the perfect location for major development or put to work as prime farming land. \n\nYou would be right there! On the popular corner known as Km 14, which is a central intersection and busy bus stop for people traveling between Zancudo, Pavones, Golfito (and the Deposito), Rio Claro, Ciudad Neily and the Panama border. This bus stop is also the end of the Golfito run to and from the Deposito.\n\nThere are 3 water sources and the nearby electric makes it an easy property to develop. Years ago this property was used to grow rice and chocolate so the soil is rich and would lend to great accent gardens and beautiful spaces however you decide to use it. About 40 hectares are flat and the remaining property is the mountain. Agricultural uses are many, given the flat land. This parcel would particularly lend itself to palm production, teak, rice or bananas.\n\nLarge enough and a great location; the possibilities are endless!\n-Luxury Housing Development\n-Gated Residential Community (community center and swimming pool)\n-Restaurants and Shops\n-Hotel, Eco-lodge, Yoga Retreat, Cabinas, Vacation Rentals\n-Hospital or Medical Tourism Facility\n-New University or Private School\n\nConveniently located:\n-10 minutes from Golfito (marinas, sport fishing, Duty Free Shopping at the Deposito)\n-10 minutes from Rio Claro and the Interamericana Highway Route 2 (the Panamericana)\n-30 minutes from Cuidad Neily\n-50 minutes from the Costa Rica / Panama border \n-1 hour from Playa Zancudo and Playa Pavones\n\nMany people pass by this location daily while traveling, exploring and shopping in the area. Create a VISITOR’S HUB for the Southern Zone, complete with a tourist information center, restaurants, car rental, rest stop and cabina rentals. Contact us to see and learn more about this beautiful property.
Listed by Coldwell Banker Quepos-Manuel Antonio