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Panama City, Panama

5 Bedroom / 6 Bath

Unfurnished

Price: 550,000 USD per Month

Living Space: 6,500 sq, feet or 610 sq meters

6,500 sq ft house located close to regional airport, shopping mall, grocery stores, plus easy access to major roads. Quiet and safe neighborhood surrounded by lush green areas and close to Panama Canal / causeway. Available for sale or rent.

Large covered and screened back terrace

Laundry room

Maid's quarters

For sale $550,000.00

For rent $2,500.00

Located in the desired neighborhood of Balboa/Ancon, just one block from Panama Canal Administration building

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