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Enjoy living in a beautiful luxury home overlooking the entire Central Valley of Costa Rica. The property is located high in the mountains of Escazú, at an elevation of 1,444 meters. The temperature is cool and pleasant year-round. The second level has a very large open design with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The kitchen is very spacious with a center island for entertaining and preparing food for family and friends. All the bedrooms have their own bathrooms. The Master bedroom has the best view of the house, including a large bathroom and his/hers walk in closets. On the first floor you will find a second kitchen and living room with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, perfect for Airbnb, guests, or in laws. There is a carport that leads to the second floor for groceries and easy access, while the closed 2 car garage leads to the first floor with stairs to the second. Adjacent to the house are elevated garden beds for all the herbs, lettuce, and vegetables you will ever need for a large family. The house is truly one of a kind, you must be there to experience its greatness. Call us for a showing today!
Escazú is the second canton in the province of San José in Costa Rica. The canton lies west of the San José Canton and its whole territory is part of the Greater Metropolitan Area. The canton was one of the earliest established in the country, in December 7, 1848. As the metropolitan area has expanded Escazú has become a suburban area on the west side of the national capital city of San José. It is delineated by the Río Tiribí on its northern border. The peak of Cerro Cedral in the Cerros de Escazú marks the southern limit of the canton. According to a 2012 United Nations Development Programme, Escazú ranks as the 4th highest canton in Costa Rica in so far as human development. The area is inhabited primarily by upper-mid to high income families and known in the Costa Rican collective consciousness as home to the country’s economic elite. Escazú is the wealthiest and most prominent city in the country catering to wealthy Americans and Europeans as well as wealthy locals. The name “Escazú” derives from the indigenous word “Izt-kat-zu”, which means “resting stone”.