Remote and Wild on the Osa Peninsula
This is a 3.96 Hectares/10 Acres finca in Los Mogos at the upper end of the Golfo Dulce. Tucked away just 100 meters off the principal highway (to Puerto Jiménez) in the biological, protected corridor, it combines rainforest, open spaces (about 1 hectare), fruit trees, and ornamentals for the best of all settings. Wildlife passes through daily, including Howler & Capuchin Monkeys, Coatimundi, Agouti, Peccary, Anteater, Macaws, Toucans & hundreds of other bird species. At night the Kinkajou, Margay, owls, and even the elusive Jaguar can make a visit. Since this is the biological corridor that links Corcovado National Park to the rest of Costa Rica, it is given protection and as a result is home to most of the same species as found in Corcovado.
The 60 mt2 bungalow is a one-room open space with attached bathroom and can be easily added onto. The bi-fold doors and windows open up to create a spectacular feeling of living right in the forest yet secure enough to protect against the elements. Its basic structure is metal, built on raised pillars and finished with beautiful woodwork doors, floors and ceiling beams. The metal roof was recently repainted and the house is in great shape.
The home is on the lower end of the property and there are other building sites further up with easy access. These can be a future home site or a few cabinas or even utilized for an agriculture project. There is a registered legal 100 meter easement that provides access and a road inside the property to the bungalow. Water is year-round from a creek and power is 100 meters from the property gate.
This property has a clean title and registered plano and is easily transferred to a new owner or corporation, or can transfer the existing corporation.
The privacy, comfortable breezes, surrounding forest and comfortable home all create a 'tranquilo' peaceful environment to treasure, explore, and experience.
More information: Contact Terri Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org