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Beautiful Country Compound located in the cool mountains of Puriscal. This property is 5.4 acres and has two extra flat and ready to build LOTs within its borders with cemented driveways to each one. As the name says there are two waterfalls that are located on each side of the property. It is truly impressive.
The wood used for the construction of the house was taken from the property itself, all naturally grown. The property has several fruit trees (Banana, Avocado, Orange, Lemon, Mango, etc..) and newly planted coffee plants. The main focus of the home is its exotic outside living space. Enjoy ocean views from the pool and the patio while you swim or do your yoga classes.
Enjoy an open interior design that flows from the front patio with its open double doors all the way to the multi window design kitchen and its large gas stove island. The master bedroom is very large with lots of lighting and areas for your favorite furniture. Your master bathroom has a walk-in closet and the laundry room to the back.
Go for walks around your property on the existing trails that lead to each waterfall. This is truly one of those properties that you can say you are in the middle of the CR jungle but still only 20mins from the town of Puriscal and about an hour and 15mins from the beaches.
Puriscal is the 4th canton in the province of San José, Costa Rica. In Spanish, a “puriscal” is the flower of the common bean. Puriscal covers an area from the Río Chucás delineates the canton’s northernmost boundary, while the Río Chires marks its far southern border, with the canton of Parrita in Puntarenas Province. Puriscal includes a major portion of the Coastal Mountain Range. Puriscal has a population of 31,202. Only 18% of the canton’s population live in urban areas. Among its inhabitants, 20.2% are under 10 years old and 7.4% are over 65. The city lies at an elevation of 1,105 metres above sea level in the coastal mountain range, 42 km southwest of the national capital city of San José and 77 km north of the city of Parrita on the Pacific coast. The old cathedral was built by Fr. Juan Cortez de Paja who took a vow of celibacy after an Indian Princess died from Influenza that she had caught from him. On the centennial of her death an earthquake destroyed the edifice.