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House for Sale in 2 houses! Sarchi, Costa Rica

2 houses! Sarchi, Costa Rica

4 Bedroom / 4 Full Bath / Half Bath

Unfurnished

Price: $68800

Living Space: 4053 m2 / 43626 ft2

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About the Property

REDUCED by over $30000! TWO houses on 1 acre (Titled and sold as one). Live in 1 while improving the other. Then rent, holiday let or turnaround for a profit! AMAZING VIEWS!! Road paved and maintained. 45 mins to airport. 1.5 hours to beach. EXCELLENT INVESTMENT! All legal and All Taxes paid for whole year. Currently repainting outside. PLEASE WHATSAPP ME! Either my UK number listed or my Costa Rican one (find code in case they don't like it here) +506 87679883 WhatsApp only.

MUST SEE... photos just not the same as in real life! 

FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY/INVESTMENT AT A LOW PRICE FOR WHAT YOU GET.

Live in the 2-bed house while remodelling the other one that's 2.5 times the size and make 3 beds/3 bathrooms plus 2 decking areas at the back with amazing mountain/valley views and peace.

Selling my property. Great opportunity for an excellent investment at a low price (I'm motivated!).

1 acre of land with 2 houses approximate total internal area (both houses) approx. 1,600 ft2 (148m2). Plus patio and laundry area approx. 106 ft2 (9.5m2).

I used to have a barn down the back and a rancho area.

The small house is ready to live in and has 2 bedrooms 1 bathroom. Approx. 749 ft2 (69.5m2) + the patio and laundry area. It's a basic home and ready for you to choose your own tiling/ceramic. You may wish to extend.

The big house is ready to turn into your new home and is currently a shell on 2 levels which has the potential to have 3 good-sized bedrooms or 4 smaller ones. It has water supply on both levels and electricity. It's 2.5 times the size of the small house (doesn't look it in the photo and seeing it is a MUST!

The large house measures approx. 1340 ft2 (124.5m2). It must be seen to appreciate size of the large house and its potential. The lower level is half the length of the main level. Everything is above ground. 

I've installed new and expensive metal fixings on the ceiling so you can immediately add your tongue-and-groove. You can make the windows bigger, add windows, make large doors and deckings at the rear (astounding peaceful views!) on both levels of the large house. Choose where you want your internal walls…bedrooms or kitchen, etc. upstairs or downstairs. 

The locals are friendly and helpful. 

Additional features include:

*45 mins from San Jose International airport and 1.5 hours to beach.

* 15 minutes drive to downtown Sarchí. Hospital in Sarchí. 2 local Doctors in Trojas area. 

* Fiber Optic installed on road. Claro TV (maybe others) can be installed.

* All roofing over both houses was installed mid 2017.

* Legal and Titled.

* Road paved all the way (and maintained).

* Parking for several cars. 

* Hot water shower.

* Fresh local water (NOT city AYA).

* Solid sliding gate (with lockable door) and good fencing.

* Municipality tax only US$120 per year including collection of trash twice a week!

WhatsApp me on 8767 9883 or message me privately here. I'm also on Skype.

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