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Estate for Sale in Boquete, Panama

Boquete, Panama

4 Bedroom / 4 Full Bath / 1 Half Bath

Furnished

Price: $479,000US

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About the Property

Panama is in the top ten places to retire, ask Google. Now you have a turn key residence to enjoy your own home grown fruits and vegetables. This estate is worth $10/sq m because of the landscaping, location, neighbors and the included chattels. The price has been adjusted to $7.80 due to current world market conditions. Organic and permacultured semi-secluded property with abundant fruit trees and heliconias. Quiet and tranquil area with good neighbors. Patches of natural forest provide privacy and homes for birds and rabbits which roam around the property. The property includes a small house for the gardener, a storage container for tools and equipment, a one bedroom for the mother-in-law and a two bedroom for you to stay while you build another. The land is flat with loamy soil and gently sloping with two small creeks. Teak, cedar, cocobolo, bamboo, mango, custard apple, water apple, star apple, coconut, breadfruit, jack fruit, biriba, cacao, pomegranate, mangosteen, moringa, lime, lemon, orange, banana, plantain, turmeric, ginger, yam, cassava, decorative trees and heliconias are planted around the houses.

Located in the community called El Frances, District of Boquete, Republic of Panama, close to the Academy International of Boquete which is a bilingual school, and one kilometer from the main road to Boquete. Also close but not too close is a middle class residential project which will include a shopping center. The area has a micro climate that is cooler than the city of David and warmer than downtown Boquete so there is less problems with mold. At around 5pm it starts to cool down and by night it is a nice cool 75F or 24C. If its raining then you might need a blanket as it can get down to 68F or 20C brrrr. Approximately 6 hectares with plenty of income potential. If this is too large then you can always divide it and sell for extra cash. One section with many mature Teak trees can be sold to someone who wants an Investor VISA. Eco tourism can be promoted with the many fruit trees planted and also my next door neighbor is a specialist coffee roaster who does training for baristas. Sometimes he needs to find a house for his students to stay and you can then provide.

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