COD 1-561 Riverside Condominium Escazú for sale

August 20, 2015
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Price: $199,000

COD: 1-561
Email: realestate@ticotimes.net
Phone: +(506) 2258-1558


Province: San José
Cantón: Escazú
Construction: 168m2
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 3

This TWO bedroom unit has just been reduced from $269,000 to $199,900 for quick sale.

Great unit in one of Escazú’ s best tower projects.

Unit includes all furnishings and owner financing is available with the following terms and conditions:

•30 percent down payment
•Owner financing at 7 percent for 10 years

Amenities

As you browse through the list of standard inclusions, you will realize why we consider Riverside Condominiums to be the best address in Costa Rica. Style and elegance are incorporated into each and every aspect of Riverside. Riverside residents enjoy the essentials: security, convenience, location and a quality of life second-to-none. Here is a sampling of the amenities Riverside has to offer:

Recreation

•Racquetball Court
•Tropical – Style Swimming Pool
•Whirlpool with waterfall
•Green Area
•Pavilion
•Outdoor shower facilities by pool
•Exercise room with showers and sauna

Ambience/Lifestyle

•Panoramic terraces with exceptional views
•Bordered by a picturesque river
•Exuberant tropical gardens elegantly landscaped
•Artwork in the gardens (historic 10 foot anchor, replica of New York City)

Technology

•Structured wiring in the condominiums
•Cable TV, Internet access
•Broadband Internet connection
•Minimum of three phone lines
•Intercom system within the complex

Security and Convenience

•24 hour perimeter security service
•Underground garage with elevator access
•Automatic gates
•Emergency power generator
•Emergency water reserve tank
•Anti-seismic U.S. standard construction
•Ample visitor parking

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

 

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