Avellanas Beach Villa – Cozy Condo in Gated Community at Playa Avellanas
Walking distance to the beach
Property type: Condos / Townhomes
Year Built: 2014
Arbour / Rancho
Walk to beach
Cozy Condo in Gated Community at Playa Avellanas
So close to the ocean that you actually hear the waves, this cozy condo in gated community at Playa Avellanas lays within a little group of homes surrounded by the tropical dry forest. Each condominium is perfectly nestled among the shade of trees frequently visited by monkeys and birds. The warm ocean breeze is responsible of bringing the sounds of crashing waves.
Playa Avellanas is at a very short walk from here. The little gated community surrounds common amenities being these a barbecue area and a pool. Each stand-alone home can host small parties in its two bedroom, one bathroom floorplan.
This Avellanas Beach Villa is a little gem. Its construction includes locally grown, sustainably harvested, and finished tropical hardwoods. Finishes are elegant and tasteful. The spaces easily flow from one area to the next. The home was designed to enjoy short or long vacations. This warm ambient allows occupiers to settle comfortably before or after being at the beautiful white sand beach of Avellanas that is around three blocks away. The floorplan, decorations and furnishings are simple and functional.
The project was developed directly with vacationing in mind. The current owner is enjoying healthy returns with rentals and can use it himself in weeks that the busy rental calendar is empty.
It is a great buy. One of the few quality homes specifically located in Avellanas, reasonably priced and close to other local attractions like Beach and Golf Resort Hacienda Pinilla or the busier beach community of Tamarindo.
Federico José Fernández is a native Costa Rican. He was born in San José in 1982 and lived there until 2006. Federico studied business administration while in school and used that education to secure a job with a large transnational company. In 2007, he and his wife moved to Guanacaste´s coastal region to build a home and start a family together. They now have two boys and one baby girl. Federico maintains his connection with San José, traveling there once a month to visit family and friends. After moving Guanacaste, Federico José began working at the Tamarindo Branch of one Costa Rica’s major banking institutions as a financial consultant specializing in real estate. His clients included developers, business owners, as well as local and foreign real estate investors. Federico proved to be a valuable asset to his clients by providing invaluable consultation on public administration matters, taxation laws and various…