Located on the Nicoya Peninsula, which has been designated as one of only 5 Blue Zones worldwide, in Guanacaste Province 10 Fincas (estate parcels) totaling 28.6 Hectares (71.86 Acres). This property hith WATER PERMIT was originally slated for development of a mid range resort on lower fincas and higher end housing or resort with view to Brasilito Bay and Pacific Ocean on higher elevation property. Owners do not have the time or ability to travel from U.S. to continue with the project. Fincas can be sold separately. Prospectus for original resort is available.
There is no place in Costa Rica that lures newcomers as fast as the North Pacific Coast, which
extends from the Nicaraguan border along the province of Guanacaste, including
the Pacific side of the Nicoya Peninsula. Among the attractions is a dramatic
ocean view, endless opportunities for fishing, swimming, yachting, horse-riding,
golfing or just sunbathing on the beach. Great climate is an added bonus for this
area. Unlike the Central Valley, the sun shines nearly every day on the North
Pacific Coast. It’s also much warmer, with temperatures usually in the high 80s or
Guanacaste region is home to many luxury resorts, seaside mansions and elegant
condominiums. Real estate prices are relatively high here.
In Guanacaste, population growth has been accompanied by the establishment of
new medical facilities, an international airport, and English-language schools. The
Country Day School, for instance, has a campus in the heart of the North
Pacific at Brasilito (1 km from this site). The school has attracted many
Expats who might otherwise have settled in the Central Valley.