Duplex Italiano – Residential Home with Rental Income in Tamarindo
Walking distance to the beach
Property type: Homes
Year Built: 2017
Walk to beach
Residential Home with Rental Income in Tamarindo
This residential home with rental income in Tamarindo has a very convenient layout in an ideal and pleasant location in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. Lotes Toscana is a gated subdivision in a quiet residential area of Tamarindo surrounded by lots of greenery. In addition, the grounds are very well kept. You can walk to town and the beach via a shaded road. It would take you just 15 minutes to do so.
In a corner lot measuring around 11,000 square feet, a duplex of mirror imaged modules of 1,140 square feet each was recently build. Each residential home features two generously sized bedrooms, two bathrooms, a roomy living/kitchen area and a roofed teak deck to enjoy outdoor living. Teak high ceilings are covered by American roof tiles. All the constructions is properly insulated which guarantees a comfortable temperature inside. Each of the bedrooms has individual minisplit A/C units as well.
A common laundry/storage room is located in between both units. The oversized lot allows for a roomy driveway to access the units. The property currently does not have a pool, but there is plenty of room to put one. It is estimated that at a cost of US$15,000 this amenity could be added. One of the units is currently rented long term providing a monthly income of US$950. As a duplex, at a reasonable price, this property can be a good investment both to exploit as a rental income and as your primary or secondary residence at once.
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…