Finca Rio Limones – 47 acres of pristine farm land near Playa Junquillal
Short drive to the beach
Property type: Fincas / Land
Land Area m2
Paved road access
Welcome to Finca Rio Limones! These 47 acres of pristine farm land are a true slice of paradise. Located on the main road between the town of Veintisiete de Abril and Playa Junquillal, the property offers 370 meters of public road frontage. Two gorgeous hill sides are located within the property as well as 44 acres of flat, grassy pasture.
On these lush green fields, cattle and horses graze. Farming local fruits and vegetables is another great option. Already growing throughout the farm you will find many tropical fruits : bananas, dragon fruit, limes, oranges, coconuts, mangos, starfruit and cashews.
Behind one of the homes, a seasonal babbling brook flows through a portion of the property attracting local wildlife. Birds, monkeys and deer live freely all around. For those who love animals and nature, there is no better place.
An eco retreat could be a great addition to this property. Due to its public road frontage, segregating into smaller parcels is also a possibility. On the finca you have two basic homes. The caretaker of the farm lives in one of them. The water to the farm is provided by two functioning wells. Its location on the paved road makes easy access. All basic amenities can be found just 10 minutes away: Super markets, medical center, mechanics, bank, and local restaurants.
Playa Junquillal is a stunning beach found only 15 minutes away. On the other hand, Santa Cruz is just 25 minutes away where you will find everything you need. Veintisiete de Abril, is the closest town, only 7 minutes down the paved road. This is your opportunity to own 47 acres of pristine farm land near the beach! In other words, you do not miss out on this fantastic opportunity! A piece of Costa Rica’s true culture can be yours!
Marco Cungi is a Sales Agent and joined the ABC Real Estate team in December 2021. Marco is of Italian descent and was born and raised in the tropical paradise of Tamarindo, Costa Rica. After graduating high school, he decided to leave home and explore the world and search for the best waves to surf. After many years of traveling, he decided to come back to his hometown and settle in. While building his own home in Tamarindo, he began managing his family’s small boutique hotel and later moved on to the real estate business. As a surfer and a lover of the outdoors, he knew that Tamarindo will always be his home.