House for Sale

Alajuela, San Ramon, Costa Rica

3 Bedroom / 3 Full Bath / Half Bath

Price: 650,000 USD

Living Space: 1100 m2

BEAUTIFUL HOME & LOT FOR SALE (QUINTA) SAN RAMON, ALAJUELA Located in San Ramon, Alajuela, 40 minutes on road from Juan Santamaría International Airport, 45 minutes from Central Pacific Beaches and 1.5h from Fortuna, San Carlos. 3 bed, 3 baths, beauty and confortable office, lovely heated pool (30m2) and jacuzzi (7m2) with lighting leds, BBQ area/rancho with beatiful fireplace (50m2), really big parking lot (10+ cars), green areas with fruit trees (400m2), air conditioner and fiber Optic Internet. The property is private & secure with 3 meters height walls around the property. The property front is 46 meters. Lot size approximately 1100m2. House size approximately 200m2 in one floor. The price is $650,000USD.

BEAUTIFUL HOME & LOT FOR SALE (QUINTA) SAN RAMON, ALAJUELA

Located in San Ramon, Alajuela, 40 minutes on road from Juan Santamaría International Airport, 45 minutes from Central Pacific Beaches and 1.5h from Fortuna, San Carlos.

3 bed, 3 baths, beauty and confortable office, lovely heated pool (30m2) and jacuzzi (7m2) with lighting leds, BBQ area/rancho with beatiful fireplace (50m2), really big parking lot (10+ cars), green areas with fruit trees (400m2), air conditioner and fiber Optic Internet. The property is private & secure with 3 meters height walls around the property. The property front is 46 meters. Lot size approximately 1100m2. House size approximately 200m2 in one floor.

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