Large Home Site in Cortez with Cano Island and Wetland Views
If having a great ocean view is something you're interested in, then take a look at this building site in Cortez. Most people simply search for big ocean views but let us sweeten the pot a little bit here. On a clear day you can trace the mountains down to the ocean and out to Cano Island. Look a little further out and you can follow the Sierpe River out towards the ocean in what becomes one of the largest wetlands in all of Central America. There are few properties with views that contain this much diversity on this large of a scale.
Home Site in New Community with Water Concession Completed!
This is a ground floor opportunity to own a premier land parcel inside of a new community. The community has an internal road, drainage system, and electrical currently being installed throughout. To expedite the building approval process, the current owner has completed the water concession process to ensure the new buyer could begin building immediately. This site sits on 3 acres and has a huge building site with a lower, farmable area. This lower site already has large mature mango trees and there's plenty of space for more for the homesteader. If growing a garden doesn't interest you but more space does, you can extend the lot another 20ft all while maintaining the beautiful ocean views.
Southern Costa Rica as a Major Ecological Tourist Destination
The southern area of Costa Rica is largely uninhabited compared to its northern counterpart, containing some incredible natural wonders. The Osa Peninsula boasts the best canopy zip-lining tours and wildlife sightseeing which brings tourism year round. From this building site, you can see all the way to the Corcovado National Park which houses the largest variety of wildlife in Costa Rica and is a huge destination for people looking to disconnect and rediscover nature. You also have a great view of the Terraba Sierpe wetlands which contains the largest mangrove system in Costa Rica. From the town of Sierpe, you can take mangrove boat tours and see a variety of reptiles, birds, and monkeys. One of the most popular tourist attractions though is Cano Island, a national park set up in the Pacific Ocean to preserve the surrounding sea life. This is a particularly big attraction for divers and snorkelers who want to learn about their favorite ocean animals up close and personal. If nature is what you love, there isn't a better place to be than here.