Over 1,000 Acre Waterfront Estate Property Cabo Velas District ( Guanacaste, CR ) Built


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  • Type: Residential
  • Style: Single Story
  • Bedrooms: 13
  • Bathrooms: 12
  • Development Level: Built
  • Lot Size: 4317996 sq. m.



Over 1,000 Acre Waterfront Estate Property with Cattle Ranch and Private Airstrip in Nicoya Peninsula
This 1,067-acre waterfront property includes a working cattle ranch, a 13 bedroom estate home that can be converted into a boutique hotel, and titled oceanfront land. Located on Cabo Blanco, in the sheltered waters of the Gulf of Nicoya, this classic Costa Rican Hacienda hits all the marks when considering the most essential criteria for establishing a successful hospitality business or residential home development in Costa Rica.

The property features natural characteristics that will attract visitors.
There are multiple transportation methods to get to the property.
The topography provides an excellent canvas for a wide variety of development opportunities.
The property includes zoning and infrastructure that will ease and expedite the development process.
A Premier Beachfront Property in Costa Rica That Has Got It All
There is no doubt that this property qualifies as a “destination” on its own merits. For hospitality business owners, guests will be able to enjoy the best that Costa Rica has to offer – without ever having to leave the grounds: Warm tropical water, a long sandy beach, green riverfront zones, an estuary with mangroves, old growth rainforest populated with wildlife, horseback riding trails, and gorgeous ocean views located throughout the property.

Situated just offshore are the islands of Caballo, Bejuco, and Venado. These islands are perfect for exploring by kayak and finding a tropical beach without another soul on it. The island mangroves serve as wildlife habitat and excellent fish nurseries, making this specific area a dream come true for fishing and ecotourism.

The Gulf was teeming with wildlife: Fish would boil up in circles, furiously jumping into the air for minutes at a time. Pelicans and frigate birds pivoted above us or splashed down to retrieve fish. When we paddled close to an estuary, hundreds of herons and seabirds were perched in the trees or flew lazily overhead. Spotted eagle rays leaped into the air and, twice, we paddled close to sea turtles before they dove back into the depths.

Located about 45 minutes away from the property are the Curu Wildlife Reserve and Tortuga Island, one of Costa Rica’s most popular islands to visit. Here guests can enjoy nature hiking, wildlife sightings, zip lining, horseback riding, kayaking, snorkeling, and diving. Most of these activities can be done right from the property itself, but it is beneficial to operate a hospitality business or develop homes, from a location where guests can take interesting day trips without having to travel too far. Also within a 2-hour drive radius, trips can be made to Tambor, Santa Teresa, Mal Pais, Montezuma, Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve, and other destinations around the Nicoya Peninsula.


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