Ceibo Sunsets stands as a testament to a bygone era, a property once exclusively accessible to pioneers who navigated challenging roads and lacked basic services like phones and electricity 25 years ago. Today, this unique parcel is available once again, offering a glimpse into the untouched beauty of the past. Accessing this property in today’s market is like discovering a nugget of gold in the pristine rivers of yesteryear.
Boasting significant frontage (342.6 meters or over 1100 feet) on the paved coastal highway, this property provides excellent access and holds the potential for a commercial venture, thanks to the cleared flat lands at its base. The lower section features an old farmhouse, fruit trees, workshops, and a reliable water system. Ascending through well-maintained internal roads reveals generous cleared ridges with gentle topography, multiple building areas, and close-proximity ocean views. Strategic clearing in select areas, accompanied by the grazing of a few horses, maintains an open landscape with no visible neighbours.
One of the property’s most distinctive features is its surroundings. Spanning 60.5 acres, it is bordered by private reserves, including the Baru wildlife preserve (800 acres), Guapil Tropical Estates, and the Firestone Family Preserve, totaling approximately 1500 acres of pristine lowland coastal rainforest. This area is rich in wildlife and boasts clean watersheds, making it a landscape rapidly gaining popularity and undergoing development.
Within the property, you’ll find abundant fruit trees, natural springs suitable for drinking, and three waterfalls. Moreover, Ceibo Sunsets is conveniently close to Playa Guapil, one of the region’s least developed sandy shores, accessible by a short walk or bike ride across the coastal highway.