Huge Self Sustainable Farm with Multiple Ocean View Homesites Near Tinamastes
Enjoy living life in the cool climate while still looking down onto the coast from this massive 725-acre property located at the top of the Diamante Valley. The Diamante Valley is home to Tinamastes, one of the first expat established communities in Costa Rica. This area of Costa Rica is known for its rich and fertile soil which makes growing food and crops very easy. Many of the smaller communities that make up Tinamastes are off-the-grid neighborhoods that feature large community gardens.
The neighboring property is a private reserve, ensuring your views and surrounding areas will stay the same. This area has ample amounts of jungle wildlife roaming around.
725 Acres of Ridgeline and Mountainside Land
With over 700 acres of land as well as a water concession started, this property could be the next potential development project for the area. The water concession in process is the largest concession that can be given out, giving this property the option to be a residential or commercial project. Currently, the property has 15 ocean view homesites that sit up on the top of the ridge. The views from the top are breathtaking–on a clear day you can see all the way to Manuel Antonio! This ridgeline is about 3km long of buildable area.
The property can be broken down as follows: 600 acres of rainforest, 100 acres of pasture land, and 25 acres of farm animals and crops. Two waterfalls can be accessed on the property, one being a large cascade that has a daily flow of water, and the other being smaller and year-round. The farmland portion of the property has two 2 bed / 1 bath homes that the current owner and caretaker live in.
The property is fully off the grid. The two homes have solar power and back up batteries. The grid can be accessed 1.5km away from the property.
Prime Location with Newly Paved Road Points Making it Easy to Get to the City or Beach
This property is truly in a prime location because of the multiple access points you can take to get to the property. The first way in could be through Tinamastes; the second can be from a road that connects to San Isidro; and the third being the newly paved San Josecito road that connects to the beach in Uvita. Whether you want to go into the city or down to the beach, you are 30 minutes away from either.