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COD 1006 Beautiful, large and peaceful home for sale in San Ramón de Tres Ríos

August 18, 2015
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Reduced Price: $ 1,300,000 to $840,000

COD: 1006
Email: realestate@ticotimes.net
Phone: +(506) 2258-1558


Province: Cartago
Cantón: La Unión
Construction: 557m2
Bedrooms: 5 Or More
Bathrooms: 5 Or More
Parking: 5 Or More

Simply move into this beautiful house and enjoy! The 14-room, 6,000 sq. ft., peaceful Spanish Colonial home is full of light filtered by stained-glass windows. It includes all the appliances, as well as fireplaces in the living room, library, and master bedroom. There is a laundry room, and a jr. suite off a fully equipped kitchen. Downstairs there are: 4 bedrooms, 5.5. baths, a family room, inner patio with fountain, and an open porch off the family room. This is a secure property in a gated community, beautiful gardens, upper BBQ area under canopy of bougainvillea, two-car garage, carport, parking for 8  more cars. A must-see home!

Reduced Price: $1,300,000 to $840,000

See this and other listings in the new Tico Times Real Estate section here.

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