With a towering view of the tallest peak on the Osa Peninsula, Cerro de Oro, and the rainforest of Corcovado National Park, is this large parcel of farmland. With road access from the top, the property extends all the way down to the Barrigones River, with multiple buildable perches along the way. The water collective, ASADA is one neighbor….their property entirely forested and dedicated to preservation of clean water for town. The other neighbor is forested as well. The property is currently a a working homestead, with cattle, horses, chickens and other livestock. The site is ripe for sustainable permaculture, fruit orchards, and/or reforestation.
In addition to riverfront, the property also features its own spring.
Land size: 5.2 ha – 12.84 acres
Power: Off grid
Water source: natural spring
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