Casa Paraiso is a beautiful colonial home in Playa Negra. Known for its world-class waves and breaks, Playa Negra is a surfer’s paradise. Famous as the filming location for the cult classic, “Endless Summer II,” this beach sits along the northwestern region of Guanacaste along the northern Pacific coast. Despite recent improvements to their infrastructure, Playa Negra has still not lost that charm of feeling you are in a very remote place. This small beach community has more to offer than just its surfing breaks. From great hotels to renowned cafes and local restaurants, Playa Negra has a little something to offer every visitor. This is the perfect place to enjoy the laid-back Tico lifestyle here while escaping the hustle of other surf-centric communities along the Pacific Coast. Those living here will also be just a short drive away from Marino Las Baulas National Park, which is a famous nesting ground for leatherback turtles.
Casa Paraiso is a 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home with an office of modern colonial style. The home’s two bedrooms are all of varying sizes, one to be used as the principal bedroom, the other as a guest or second bedroom. The third room is currently an office but could be turned into a nursery/kids room. The kitchen, dining space, and living room have an open floor plan that is perfect for entertaining. Just outside of the living space is a large balco
ny complete with a hammock and another dining table.
Casa Paraiso is in close proximity to two other neighboring homes with whom it shares a pool. The pool area is complete with a gazebo, grill space, pizza oven, and wet bar, which is perfect for entertaining guests, friends, and family. This collection of neighboring homes are all of a similar style and all feature beautiful well-maintained landscaping. Casa Paraiso is a beautiful colonial home in playa Negra that will not be on the market for long!