Land for Sale

Alajuela, Costa Rica

Land in Alajuela

Price: CRC 165.000.000

Living Space: 2455,15 sq meters/26427,01 sq feet

If you want to live in the Central Valley in a residential area, but out in the quiet countryside in a safe neighbourhood (with coffee and sugar canes plantations all around you and yet close to everything), and build your dream home with a big garden or just segregate part of the land to finance your dream home, this is the perfect spot.

This Commercial/Development/Residencial plot of land of 2455,15 sq meters (26427,01 sq feet), seldom offered on the market in this area, and close to hospitals, schools, banks, restaurants, etc, is situated in Carrillos Altos de Poas, a village approx 20 minutes from the town of Alajuela and the International Airport Juan Santamaria, and just 1,5 hours drive to the beach.

A recreational park is just around the corner.

It is a corner lot with electricity and water ability, 94 meters (308,39 feet) facing calle Santa Fé, and approx 16 meters (52 feet) facing route 723.

There has been an old house on the property that now is demolished.

The extremely generous zoning certification/zoning plan (uso de suelo) from the Municipality is giving allowance for single family home, commercial/residencial use, apartments, offices, institutional use, and allowance for up to 4 stories buildings, so the options are unlimited.

The land is also classified as high density and you are allowed to subdivide into a maximum of 15 smaller plots.

The price can be negotiated.

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