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House for Sale in Isla Colon, Bocas Del Toro, Panama

Isla Colon, Bocas Del Toro, Panama

2 Bedroom / 2 Full Bath / Half Bath

Furnished

Price: US $299000

Living Space: 1700 sq ft

About the Property

This 1,700± sq ft home on Isla Colon, Panama has an ocean view and access to the beach just across the street.

Furnished Beach Home on Isla Colon For Sale

Price: $299,000

This 1,700± sq ft home on Isla Colon, Panama has an ocean view and access to the beach just across the street. The 2 bedroom, 2 bath fully-furnished home is conveniently located 10± minutes from Bocas Town, and ready for you to move-in.

The first floor has an open concept layout for the kitchen, living, and dining room. The master bedroom and bath are on the second level, and it includes a niche for an office.

The playful placement of mosaics by the front entrance, the murals inside the house, and the fence add a unique charm to this house.

-1,700± sq ft (157.94± m2)

-2 BR / 2 BA

-Master Bath includes bathtub & shower

-Laundry Room

-Air conditioner

-Fenced yard

-Storage Shed

-0.1± Acres (404.68± m2 or 0.040± hectares) – titled property

-10± minutes from Bocas Town on the road to the Bluff

-2004 Honda CRV (Just over 100,000 Miles – 160,934 KM) is negotiable

-OWNER FINANCING WITH 200 DOWN; REMAINDER OF THE BALANCE AT 6% FOR 5 YEARS

Contact us today for a private showing!

United Country | Panama Paradise Bocas Del Toro

BocasDelToroPanamaProperties.com

Anne-Michelle Wand, Property Relocation Expert 303-532-1996 |

Lonnie Hanna, Property & Relocation Specialist 843-314-4755 |

EACH OFFICE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED.

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