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Sarchi, Costa Rica

4 Bedroom / 3 Bath

Furnished

Price: 149,000 USD

Living Space: 1800 sq ft

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Location San Pedro, Sarchi, 35 minutes to airport, hr to San Jose, and hr to beaches. Located on a dead end street, with only a few other homes..we are the last. Private, secure, great climate year round..low 60's to low 80' s in the day...We are motivated to sell..and want to sell with totally furnished: including appliances, furniture, all power tools and garden tools..etc...We bought the property Turn Key and feel it is much easier also for both parties, especially when relocating from outside of Costa Rica.

The photo above is the actual view from our home...it is not some other location...when I bought my home 11 years ago...the view is what sold me on the home,,,the construction needed some work and additional space. I have no regrets today the view will always be there and I have remodeled and added more construction to the original chalet-type home. I will have fond memories when I sell but another chapter of our lives is waiting for my family... By owner...We have been here 11 years and are now motivated to sell with all furnishings..a great chance to start your life in Costa Rica in one of the most desired areas near the airport, San Jose, beaches..with an incredible low monthly costs for mt. water, electric, phone and internet all about $120 only per month...and taxes only $125 a year...A YEAR NOT PER MONTH! And recent news is anticipating a new law to permit moving your car and household belongings tax free.. Location- 100 Meters Este de Imas, San Pedro-Sarchi, Valverde Vega, Alajuela, Costa Rica, 21204. Last home on a dead end street, green fenced property and a mauve colored house. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION: 4 bedroom, 3 bath with 200 meters construction RECENT IMPROVEMENTS LAST 6 MONTHS..over $5000 spent...New Cabina alongside home, paved 50 ft. in front, enclosed carport, paved road in front, added double sink in kitchen, installed new American Standard toilet in main bathroom... LAND: 1000 sq meters SERVICES: upgraded electric, phone line and internet included with property sale, local mountain water-excellent flavor and color. Incredible views from the last home on a dead end street with a pathway to the river below. Our home overlooks the Central Valley with 180 degree view into San Jose and side view of Poas Volcan . The home has a separate new apartment with private entrance on the first floor and fully furnished. The main home has 2 bedrooms upstairs and one bathroom, the upstairs has been newly remodeled, with a walk through veranda-balcony. In addition another 400 sq ft of construction has been added and connected to the main home that includes the fourth bedroom and third bathroom of the property. It has a balcony sitting room inside and another balcony outside, with beautiful views all day long. The total construction is approximately 2000 sq. ft. The property is 1000 meters and fenced in with a private gateway entrance that leads to two carports, one on each side of the home. The maintenance is incredibly inexpensive with property taxes including garbage pickup of only $150 a year. The water bill is approximately $10 a month and has no odor and a rich taste..making it unnecessary to purchase bottled water, the natural taste enhances the local coffee immensely, one of the best assets to the San Pedro- Sarchi community. The area is well serviced with phone and internet costing about $40 a month for both, bus stop and end of the street, and two mini supermarkets with walking distance. The property is very pet friendly...the private road in front of our home extends a mile down the hill to the river, here you will find coffee fields, fruit trees. bananas. The road is great for quiet walks to exercise yourself and your pet. Asking price $149,000 in dollars We maybe open to other terms e.g. 50% d.p., balloon mortgage, rent option up to 3 year 30% d.p. and a kickback of 20% of rents paid at purchase date, or maybe exchange for other real estate in Florida, East Tenn. or David Panama area.

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