Cangrejal de Acosta Eco Estate
Located in Cangrejal De Acosta, 2.25 acres abutting both developed Highway 301 and year round flowing Quebrada Creek. This Eco-Estate is situated at an altitude of 1300 meters, 22 kilometers SW of the capitol San Jose and only 40 kilometers NE of the Pacific Ocean waterfront. The property is 10 kilometers from La Cangreja National Park. The Cerro de la Cangreja Protected Zone, is a National Park in the Puriscal Canton of San Jose Province. It is a part of the large Central Pacific Conservation Area, near the Pacific coast. The park protects tropical forests in the Codillera de Talamanca (mountain range) region.
The average year-round temperature is 78 degrees Fahrenheit.
This land is capable of growing everything due to the rich volcanic soil and abundance of water. Currently, The property has 200 fruit-bearing trees including 100 mature trees, as well as 100 maturing with two annual harvests including Hass and Fimo Avocados, Washington and Mandarin Oranges, Sweet and Creola Mandarins, Mecino and Mandarin Limes, Lemons, Water Apples, and Tropical Plums. Also, located on the property is a large cement Talapia Fish pool.
Perfect for Eco-Tourism
Excellent potential for Eco-tourism. One Kapok Cieba Pentandra tree on this Pacific Coast range land measures around 30 feet at the base and 190 feet in height. It’s suitable for an Air BnB Tree House establishment.
This estate includes a large building (200 square meters) for commercial use. Also, included is an Acosta Province Liquor License with perpetual state granted exclusive public alcohol sales rights extending 500 meters from the property.
The land includes the following water sources: Quebrada Creek, which borders one side of the land, potable ground-sourced spring water, and municipally supplied potable water. Lastly, just a short 10-15 minute walk from the grounds is a natural hot springs called “Agua Termales de Cangrejal”.
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