COD 25-88 Opportunity in Escazú! Price reduced!

August 4, 2015
Previous Image
Next Image

info heading

info content


Price: $249,000

Email: realestate@ticotimes.net


Province: San José
Cantón: Escazú
Construction: 350m2
Land: 529m2
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Parking: 2
A/C: No

Drastically reduced price! Beautiful, secluded 350 m2 house on a 529.27 m2 lot, this 2-story home is located in the amazing mountains of San Antonio de Escazú. It has 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms, separate living and dining rooms, an office/ 4th bedroom, covered parking for two cars, a nice terrace, 2 balconies, a storage area, and a front and back yard fully enclosed and an electric frontal fence.

The master bedroom has a tall wooden ceilings and wooden floors with a nice sitting area, two balconies, walk in closet, a shower and a Jacuzzi. The house has handmade stain glass doors and nice wooden and stone accents all throughout.
This house has the special feature of having its own a U.S. satellite system fully installed. Furniture sold separately.

You may be interested

This week in the Peace Corps: Sports for Costa Rican youth
Changemakers
34 views
Changemakers
34 views

This week in the Peace Corps: Sports for Costa Rican youth

Elizabeth Lang - June 18, 2018

Last month, U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer Brian and his community partnered with student athletes from Marquette University through Courts for Kids to…

Once a symbol of Somoza-era torture, Nicaragua prison holds protesters
Nicaragua
73 views
Nicaragua
73 views

Once a symbol of Somoza-era torture, Nicaragua prison holds protesters

Maggy Donaldson / AFP - June 18, 2018

For days, María Magdalena Saldana has hooked a gold chain encircling her waist to the gate bulwarking one of Nicaragua's…

US lawmakers, First Lady criticize family separation at border
Immigration
84 views
Immigration
84 views

US lawmakers, First Lady criticize family separation at border

Olivia Hampton / AFP - June 18, 2018

Democratic lawmakers vowed Sunday to end the "evil" separation of migrant children from their parents at the U.S. border, as…