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Puerto Jimenez, Costa Rica

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Price: 65,000 USD

Living Space: 5311 sq meters

1.5 acre lot, small private community. Beautiful ocean views! Gated entrance, underground electric. Private location up in the foothills of the rainforest. 20 minutes from town. Wildlife all around, monkeys and scarlet macaws visit daily.

The Osa Peninsula is Costa Rica’s wildest and most spectacular region. Bordered by the pristine Golfo Dulce on the east side and the Pacific ocean on the west makes for some stunning land and sea-scapes.  Evolution at its finest.  There is less development in the Osa Peninsula compared to other parts of Costa Rica like Quepos, Dominical or the arid Guanacaste zone.  Osa is more lush and tropical with spectacular wildlife, deserted beaches and virgin forests. This attraction draws people with a bit more pioneer spirit and a desire to co-exist with unspoiled nature.

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