Perfectly Located House on Baru River Walking Distance to Dominical Beach
This is the perfect house for someone wanting the tranquility of a river home but to also be a minutes’ walk from downtown Dominical and a popular surf beach. Enjoy the cool Costa Rican evenings from your, large second story deck while you listen to the Baru river babel about. This corridor is a bit of a wildlife enthusiast dream. With the river so close to your home, and bananas on the property, you’ll see an abundance of monkeys, macaws, parrots, and other fun jungle creatures throughout the week. On those warm summer days, you can drive a bit up the road, hop in the water, and float on home.
The main house sits on stilts, has two covered parking spaces, a storage area that could become a bodega, and space for a small pool. When you walk upstairs you’ll be impressed with the size of the large wooden deck that wraps around half of the home and boasts mountain and river views. This area has two bedrooms and one bathroom, both with ample natural lighting. The inside has an open floor-plan where the living area sweeps through the dining area and on into the kitchen. Grab a seat at the bar, eat a snack, and just maybe you’ll catch an exotic bird flying by the window.
Next to the home is a small trailer home that the owner built as a guest sweet. It has one bedroom, one bathroom, a small seating area, and a kitchenette. It’s the perfect way to experience the newly popular tiny home living.
A Rich Community in the Heart of Downtown Dominical Displays Local Flavor to Residents and Travelers Alike
Dominical isn’t solely known for being one of the best surf beaches in Costa Rica, it’s also known for its ever-growing community. The local farmers market every Friday brings people from all over southern Costa Rica to this quaint surfer town. The downtown area is spotted with locally-owned restaurants, shops, and adventure. From this property, you can grab a bite at Mono Congo, do some grocery shopping at Mama Tucans, go kayaking with Pineapple Tours, grab some beachside drinks at Tortilla Flats, watch the sunset into the ocean, and still be a quick walk home at the end of the day.