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The house is strategically located so that you can live in the mountains and still be only 30 minutes from the airport, 45 minutes from the Arenal Volcano and Poas Volcano, and 1 hour from the beaches. The property is only 8 minutes from the center of San Ramón with a variety of commerce, it has recreational areas for sports and exercise, a hospital, clinics, pharmacies, and prestigious bilingual schools. Most of the inhabitants in the community are North Americans, in the same community there is a hotel which offers services for a gym and a racket ball court which charges a small fee per a month. The house is 25 meters from the main street.
The front of the house is made of large windows which allow you to enjoy spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and surrounding mountains. You can watch the large cruise ships that dock at Puntarenas. Each room opens up to the balcony where you can feel the fresh breeze and observe the natural green mountains and listen to the singing of the birds. Enjoy coffee over the suspended terrace while observing the beautiful birds such as toucans and Mot Mots. We also have white-faced monkeys who visit the property from time to time. In the summer you can see all the amazing colors of the sunset which include varies shades of Orange, Red, and Yellows.
At night you can observe how the city of Esparza and Puntarenas light up little by little, its truly beautiful. All these spectacles are achieved because of the house’s 180 degree view and its giant windows that can be seen from the living room, kitchen, dining room, all the rooms, and balconies. Something that must be mentioned is that the property has no neighbors close to the front of the house, the property continues to a river. Because of this you will always have privacy and tranquility.
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.