Apartment/Flat for Sale

Heredia, Costa Rica

2 Bedroom / 2 Full Bath / Half Bath

Price: $165,000USD

Gorgeuos apartment in Heredia, 5 min on road from Juan Santamaria international airport and close to Costa Rica International Convention Center and route 1 (General Cañas). The apartment is on first floor. Has 2 bath, 2 bed, 2 parking spaces and private courtyard. Pet friendly, 24h security, lovely pool, social area, pretty close to Cariari Corporate Center, Cenada and it is 15 minutes on road from San José.

BEAUTIFUL & LUXURY APARTMENT ON FIRST FLOOR WITH PRIVATE COURTYARD IN HEREDIA

For Sale $165,000 / Contact: (506) 8840-2696 /

Gorgeuos apartment in Heredia, 5 min on road from Juan Santamaria international airport and close to Costa Rica International Convention Center and route 1 (General Cañas). The apartment is on first floor. Has 2 bath, 2 bed, 2 parking spaces and private courtyard.

About the condo: pet friendly, 24h security, lovely pool, social area, pretty close to Cariari Corporate Center, Cenada and it is 15 minutes on road from San José.

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