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If your looking for one of the best views in Puriscal and most of Costa Rica then you have landed on the right house. This property has a 180 degree view from almost anywhere you stand. The houses are located at the back of the small community, private and away from the road. The main house has an open concept design where the kitchen flows in to the dining and living room. Both rooms have their own private bathroom and large windows for natural light. The master bedroom had the view of the mountains and a walk-in closet.
The guest house has even better views as it sits a bit higher than the main house. Here you will find 2 good size rooms with a bathroom in the middle. The bathroom was designed to hold the washer and dryer stackable. The living area has a large L shaped window to take advantage of the amazing view towards the town of Puriscal. The guest house is fully independent and has its own back patio to enjoy the sunrises and fresh breeze.
This one of a kind property in Puriscal has potential for future expansion. The property is 2.69 Acres and can create more flat platforms for more houses or projects of your choosing. The dirt is very fertile in this area and can be used to plant any number of fruit trees and coffee.
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.