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House for Sale in Playa el Palmar, Panama

Playa el Palmar, Panama

5 Bedroom / 3 Full Bath / Half Bath

Price: USD $495000

Living Space: 300 sq meters

About the Property

This beachfront lot with main & guest house is located in Playa El Palmar and just a 10± minute walk from the town of San Carlos in Panama.

FRONT BEACH LOT AND HOUSE SAN CARLOS PANAMA

$495,000 | Playa el Palmar | 2 Homes

This beachfront lot with main & guest house is located in Playa El Palmar and just a 10± minute walk from the town of San Carlos in Panama. The property is located just along the Inter-American Highway, which makes it just a short drive to Playa Coronado and Playa Farallón.

Main House:

- 2,421.88 sq ft (225m2)

- 3 bedroom, 2 bath

Guest house:

- 807.29 sq ft (75m2)

- 2 bedroom, 1 bath

Lot: 0.27± Acre

Both houses were built in 2005. Also on the property there is a storage shed and maid quarters. Property has a total of 111.5± ft (34 m) of beach frontage

United Country | Panama Coastal Real Estate

CoastalPanamaProperties.com

Roberto Díaz, Broker

Franchise is independently owners and operated.

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