167ha(414acre) diverse agriculture property on the Nicoya Peninsula
This 167ha(412acre) farm is located in the lowlands of the southern Nicoya Peninsula. In this tropical region trees such as Teak grow perfectly. Since the property borders the Morote River, which has water all-year-round, there is no lack of it for plants and animals. Even in the dry season when we walked the farm it gave a very green impression.
The farm is divided into different agricultural sections.
Grassland with watering system: 3ha(7acre)
Area with infrastructure: 1/2 ha(1acre)
Area with 14-year-old Teak: 45ha(111acre)
Area with 6-year-old Teak: 25ha(61acre)
Due to the hilly topography there is no issue of inundation but plenty of water hence the Teak trees are big and healthy.
Alongside the river and the creeks, a rich flora and fauna with huge trees can be found that offer a lot of peace and tranquility. The tiny public road into the farm is not accessible by car at the moment for the last hundred meters but will be repaired for the potential buyer.
The property is connected to the public water but still has its own wells. Electricity is also available and there is a small house and a stable at the entrance to the Estate. A school and essentials in the small village nearby can also be found. Hojancha with more shopping opportunities is around 10 minutes’ drive away. In less than an hour beautiful beaches such as Carrillo or Samara can be reached.