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A modern and ecological property located inside La Ecovilla, a world class permaculture development; this sanctuary is nestled in the tropical rain forests of central Costa Rica. The breathtaking, access to the pristine waters of the river are a divine space to disconnect from modern urban life and connect with nature to nurture the body, mind and spirit.
Built in the incredible ecologically-planned community La Ecovilla in San Mateo, Costa Rica (Featured in the new Netflix documentary series) Down to Earth, “… is an enchanting refuge for individuals seeking to interface with the majestic energy of the natural world”.
La Ecovilla village amenities include: community center with yoga deck, lap pool, organic garden (weekly basket of veggies delivered to each lot) and spectacular hiking and mountain biking trails in all directions.
A secluded sanctuary nestled in the tropical jungle and private community.
With breathtaking expansive mountain valley views to disconnect from modern life and connect with nature to nurture the body, mind and spirit, Casa Maracuya, features a 4 bedroom primary residence plus 5 fully furnished 1Bd Villas; each with their own full size kitchen, washer and dryer, 1 1/2 bathrooms with walk in closet and additional sleeper sofas. A spectacular Family compound or if you are looking to live in a modern, masterfully designed home with an income opportunity, renting out individual Villas, this is your place.
Built in the incredible ecologically-planned community La Ecovilla in San Mateo, Costa Rica and featured in the new Netflix documentary series HOSTED BY ZAC EFRON (Episode 3) DOWN TO EARTH, Casa Maracuya is an enchanting refuge for individuals seeking to interface with the majestic energy of the natural world.
La Ecovilla (laecovilla.com) village amenities include: community center with yoga deck, lap pool, the private school CASA SlizaULA, an organic garden (weekly basket of veggies delivered to each home in La Ecovilla) and spectacular hiking trails in all directions.
Casa Maracuya can be your Family compound or a unique boutique bed and breakfast amidst a bird and wildlife sanctuary, located inside a pioneering ecological village. Backing onto the pristine River Machuca (incredible river for hiking and meditation) in the rolling mountains of San Mateo, Costa Rica.
The property is designed and built on a quartz crystal mountain and activated with quartz crystals placed into the foundations of every structure. The intention of the project design is to encourage a deep connection to the natural circadian rhythms of life. Professional Feng Shui was also a cornerstone of every square inch of detail in the design that is palpable as one walks through the property and the structures within it.
Multiple types of fruit trees – banana, mango, avocado, mamonchino, breadfruit, cocoa and lemons trees, are planted throughout the one acre property and surround the heated, custom stone, salt water jacuzzi spa that comfortably seats 36 guests. Casa Maracuya is also the first project in Costa Rica to integrate geothermal bioclimatic cooling.
Casa Maracuya is in an ideal geographic position in Costa Rica being 40 minutes from San Juan International airport in San Jose, 30 minutes from JACO Beach on the pacific coast and 40 minutes from CIMA, the best hospital in the country. The nearest town is Orotina which has grocery stores, pharmacies, Doctors clinics and other necessities.
La Ecovilla is an expat community with 29 countries represented on 42 lots. Most of the neighbors speak English as their first or second language.
For anyone desiring to run a boutique bed and breakfast in a unique river mountain multi – cultural community Casa Maracuya is a one of a kind investment opportunity in a tropical paradise.
Orotina is the 9th canton of the province of Alajuela. Due to its geographical position, the canton is located in the Central Pacific Region. It limits to the east with Atenas, to the north with San Mateo, to the south with Garabito and Turrubares, and to the west with Esparza. Orotina has great productive wealth in its soils. The large and varied production of fruit trees is notable (pineapple, melon, watermelon, avocado, cashew, guanábano, mango, jocote, mamón, papaya, zapote, orange, banana, lemon, pejibaye, caimito, tamarind, mandarin, nance, etc.) , which has made the canton famous, organizing an International Fruit Fair every year. Coffee, sugar cane, basic grains are also produced, and large portions of land are dedicated to livestock, mainly fattening. In the city of Orotina, there is the Church of Santo Domingo de Guzmán, built in 1905. The city also stands out for its park, where there are several monuments such as those dedicated to the Cuban patriot José Martí and the indigenous king Garabito. One of the maximum cultural expressions is the Orotina Communal Band, which has achieved several recognitions at national and international level.