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This charming house is located in the best condominium of Palmares de Alajuela. It is in the center of the canton, 5 minutes from public and private health centers, shopping, banks, restaurants, educational centers, gas stations, and 8 minutes from the Bernardo Soto highway. This gives you a great advantage of having quick access to Atenas and Route 27.
The condominium has security 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, with a clubhouse for events, a basketball court and a five-on-five soccer field, a BBQ area and several common spaces with playgrounds. The house is furnished and has internal and external balconies, with a beautiful main tower that connects them. The house was planned for 2 levels if desired. There are 3 comfortable bedrooms, the master with ceiling fan, walk in closet, and large jacuzzi. 4 bathrooms: 2 full and 2 half bathrooms. There is a TV room, large living room with a large chandelier in a Venetian-finished dome, luxury spiral staircase and balcony with Roman-style columns in the dining room. The kitchen has a large pantry, corridor, and terrace with fireplace, laundry room equipped for two washing machines and a dryer with internal clothesline and cellar, a large attic, asphalt tile style roof with heat insulation throughout the house.
The home has a hot water tank powered by solar panels which goes to all the bathrooms and kitchen with a capacity for 300 liters.
Decorative exterior lights around the house. Granite stone details in the kitchen and bathrooms, furniture and doors in Cenizaro, main door with unique design in its handmade stained glass windows. Akari type aluminum windows, fittings and railings with fine finishes, the main ones with wrought iron designs.
Electrical protection system against power surges throughout the house, breaker box with a special anti-circuit system, recessed LED lighting throughout the house with guarantees, and anti-seismic manufacturing. Kitchen furniture with built-in island from an exclusive manufacturer which measures 2 meters in length. All rooms have Louis XV style curtains of high quality in gold, sand, and beige colors. Baseboards in all interior spaces. The garage is 12 square meters and there is an additional space for external storage.”
Palmares is the 7th Canton of Alajuela. In pre-Columbian times, the territory that currently corresponds to the Palmares canton was inhabited by indigenous people from the so-called Huetar Kingdom of the West, which at the beginning of the conquest was the domain of the chief Garavito. Testimony of this fact are in the stone and ceramic objects found mainly in the current Zaragoza and Esquipulas villas, as well as in the vestiges of an indigenous road that crossed the region from west to east, which was possibly the main communication route of the aborigines for Central Valley with those of the coasts. To the northeast of Palmares lies the Cerro del Espíritu Santo where there are ruins of a Catholic construction to Christ the King.