Lote Mar Y Selva – 4 Development Lots at Tamarindo Beach
Walking distance to the beach
/Reduced from US$798,000
Property type: Lots
Land Area m2
Close to shops
Walk to beach
4 Development Lots at Tamarindo Beach
Lote Mar y Selva is a large parcel with great potential. One of its main assets is the location: one block back from the main street between Tamarindo and Langosta, offering quiet and privacy, yet only steps to the beach and surf of Tamarindo and to the restaurants, supermarkets and livelihood of the center of town. The nearby estuary delivers natural beauty and a great variety of birds hanging around the many tropical trees to be found on this piece of land.
As it consists of 4 individually registered development lots at Tamarindo Beach arranged around a round-about in a cul-de-sac road, it is the perfect spot for an attractive, new development of individual homes in a uniform style, to be run as a business or to re-sell separately as private homes, steps from the beach.
This is an opportunity for the developer with a vision for a tasteful small community in a very valuable location.
The large commercial lot of 2,986m2 separating it from the main street is also for sale from the same owner, offering the opportunity to purchase a total of 5,835.9m2 with public road access, making this one of the largest pieces of land with commercial potential this close to the beach still available in Tamarindo.
If even more space is needed, adjacent lots 14 (835.m2) and 15 ( 530m2) could be added, for a total of 7,201.46m2.
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…