The spectacular 88.7-acre property (called “Tortuga Coast”) could serve as a great investment, a very profitable development property, or an elite estate in the Southern Zone of Costa Rica. The views of Tortuga Coast are amazing. All the potential home sites have gorgeous ocean and mountain vistas. From many areas of the farm, you can see the Osa Peninsula, Caños Island, Ballena National Park, and the mouth of the Terraba River.
Additionally, the mountainous curtains of virgin forest to the north have got to be seen to be believed. Then there are four hundred meters along the Tortuga River – with its blue-green swimming holes and stunning waterfalls – that have private access from many points on the property. There is also a gorgeous stream that runs through the forested parts of the property that is born high up from a profuse spring with delicious, pure and protected groundwater.
Minutes From The Southern Costa Rican Town Of Ojochal
The property is only four minutes from the center of Ojochal on well-groomed public roads (slated to be paved), however, it is situated so that it remains perfectly secluded between forests and rivers.The coastal town of Ojochal is home to many North American and European expats. From Ojochal it’s only about five minutes or less to the paved Coastal Highway, where all the famous local beaches — Piñuelas, Tortuga, Ventanas, etc. — are literally just a few minutes away. The town is known for the best restaurants in the south of Costa Rica and is just 15 minutes from all amenities such as banks, gas stations, a hospital, grocery stores, and more.
The property is located just between phases 5 and 7 in Ojochal which were sold out years ago and are now spotted with fine homes, condominiums, and mansions. The property has the gently undulating topography to support an equally high potential density as these phases. Two hundred and fifty-eight condo units could be built there, as shown by a feasibility study that has already been done by the well-known Floridian design company Eco-Plan (included).
Infrastructure In Place To Begin Development
In many potential developments, infrastructure can be a huge expense to install. But at Tortuga Coast electricity is already on-site providing power to the recently-built caretaker’s house; the property has a gushing natural spring as mentioned above; there is phone/Internet coverage from all points on the property, and the well-maintained public road runs right to the property’s internal road system. The spring water concession is in the approval process and town water is available.