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Land for Sale in Boquete, Panama

Boquete, Panama

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Price: $448,500US

Living Space: 69000 sq meters

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Panama is in the top ten places to retire, ask Google. 6.9 hectares residential is available in El Francés, District of Boquete, Republic of Panama, This land is worth $8/sq m because of the location, underground water and readily available electricity. The price has been adjusted due to current world market conditions. Also the land needs to be cleared as well and that will take time and effort to clear without chemicals. So to reflect these current conditions the price has been determined at $6.50US/sq meter. I am in the process of clearing it naturally using cattle. Once it starts to look pristine the price will obviously go up. The land is flat with loamy soil and gently sloping with two small creeks. 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 which has a very good reputation. 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.

Tranquil with many birds and views of Volcán Barú and Chorcha. Join the community of expats and locals of different origins. The land is perfect for subdividing and building eco friendly homes. Access to electricity and plenty of underground water. This land comes with full legal title and it also has a recent professional legal survey. I have left the land as natural as it can be and have not cleared it in order to preserve whatever trees and wildlife that is there. If this is too large then you can always divide it and sell for extra cash. The pic is only for illustration purposes.

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