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Triple Terrace LOT

Sale: $115,000

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Details & Features

Price: $115,000

Listing ID: SJP0017

  • Province: San José
  • Canton: Puriscal
  • District: Santiago
  • Land Lot: 3,282 m²
  • Hiking / Walking Trails
  • Elevation - 850m
  • Panoramic View
  • Mountain View
  • Central Valley View
  • Volcano View
Lot shot

The potential of this LOT and the amount of creativity you can have is vast and unique. Enjoy an outstanding view from all three of its terraces. The property can fit 3 full houses or two with a pool or one with a pool and garden. Many different combinations to create the perfect dream home for you and your family. There is a small private road that leads you off the main road and brings you to the back where you can enjoy peace and quiet. This area is known for the high amount of beautiful colorful birds including 3 types of Toucans, the Motmot, and many more. You will have special visits by the white faced and howler monkeys. The view includes the Central Valley, Surrounding Mountains, and the famous Peas Volcano. Truly a one of a kind LOT.


Puriscal - San José

Local Information

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.

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