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Casa Azul

Sale: $400,000



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Sale Price: $400,000

Listing ID: ASR0001

Living Area: 225 m²

Land Lot: 39,528 m²

Built Date: 2010

Province: Alajuela

Canton: San Ramón

District: Peñas Blancas

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Int / Ext Parking: 1 / 3

Casa Azul

A Farm of 39,528.41m2, located in the community of Chachagua de Peñas Blancas, just 12 kilometers from La Fortuna de San Carlos and 35 minutes from Ciudad Quesada. A place of direct contact with nature, which offers views of the Arenal volcano and the wide variety of animals that live freely within the area described. (Howler monkeys, squirrels, iguanas, macaws, anteater, red frogs, raccoons, toucans, butterflies, etc).

The property has 225 m2 of house, a river, a **natural spring**, a wide variety of fruit trees, a small stable for lovers of horses and any other grazing animal. Enjoy beautiful sunsets from the very large terrace on the backside of the house. The home has 2 very large roos with its own bathrooms. The house is completely secured and gated all the way around for owners that love to have dogs or any other pets. We are just 3 minutes from the community center, where you can find a pharmacy, supermarkets, ATMs, gas station, restaurants, schools, hardware stores, among others.


  • Controlled Access
  • Furnished
  • BBQ
  • Carport
  • Storage Space
  • Panoramic View
  • Hiking Trails
  • Terrace/Patio
  • Mountain View


San Ramón - Alajuela

Local Information

San Ramón is the second canton of the province of Alajuela, in Costa Rica. It is located in the western section of the Central Valley of Costa Rica. It has an area of 1018.64 km² and is divided into 14 districts. It limits to the north with San Carlos and Zarcero, to the south with San Mateo, to the east with Atenas, Palmares and Naranjo, and to the west with Tilarán, Abangares, Montes de Oro, Puntarenas and Esparza. Every year, on August 30, the day before the celebration of the Patron Saint San Ramón Nonato, the Entrance of the Saints is celebrated, a centuries-old popular religious tradition that distinguishes the canton. In pre-Columbian times the territory that currently corresponds to the canton of San Ramón was inhabited by indigenous people from the so-called Huetar Kingdom of the West, which at the beginning of the conquest were the domain of King Garabito.

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