Nestled atop the initial coastal ridge, just 15 minutes from Uvita, lies the exquisite Finca Alesan—a sprawling 16.5-acre sanctuary surrounded by nature. Revel in breathtaking panoramic views extending from Isla Ballena and Boca Coronado to the south, offering glimpses of the Osa Peninsula and Cano Island in between. The lush mountainside reveals thousands of hectares of untouched primary forest reserve lands, providing a haven for the daily presence of howler monkeys.
A strategically positioned ocean-view building site, equipped with infrastructure, awaits your dream home. The property features a legally approved solar well for immediate water access, with the potential for further development of a secondary water source. Temporary living quarters or a caretaker’s home are already in place for immediate use.
As the land descends towards the pristine Rio Ballena, a coastal river forming part of the El Tigre watershed, a hidden gem awaits—a secluded and expansive swimming hole, over 20 feet deep. Accessible only through this property, it exudes an unparalleled sense of privacy. An established trail leads to the river, where a small cabin nestled in the primary rainforest offers an immersive overnight experience.
Ocean View Building Site: Ready for construction, boasting captivating views from Isla Ballena to Boca Coronado and Cano Island.
Water Access: Legal solar well in place, with the potential for a secondary water source.
Private Swimming Hole: Enjoy a 20+ ft deep pool along the Rio Ballena, providing exclusivity and tranquility.
Nature Retreat: Immerse yourself in the untouched primary forest reserve, surrounded by the sounds of howler monkeys.
Development Opportunities: Just 15 minutes from Uvita, the property is suitable for a private residence, retreat center, or boutique hotel.
Additional Opportunity: The seller offers a unique opportunity to acquire both Finca Alesan and the ocean-view villa "Casa De Paz" together, with a price reduction and owner financing. Explore Casa De Paz: Casa De Paz
Experience magnificent white-water views spanning from Isla Ballena to Boca Coronado, with dramatic vistas of the uninhabited primary forests of the El Tigre watershed.