COD 1103 Condominum Daluz located between Escazú and Santa Ana for sale
Phone: +(506) 2258-1558
Province: San José
One of the most sought after communities in the area, Daluz provides a refreshing, contemporary atmosphere for family living. Daluz is conveniently located on the border between Escazú and Santa Ana, providing its residents with easy access to the area’s finest restaurants, shops, banking district, private schools, gyms and every other convenience, while still providing a true escape once you enter the development.
The development consists of only 14 homes, 24 hour security, wide access boulevards and a contemporary design that focuses on natural light, outdoor spaces and entertainment. This particular residence has just come on the market for the first time at an aggressive market price, making this an incomparable opportunity within both the development and the general marketplace. The home is divided between 3 levels with the social areas, kitchen, living room, dining room and entertainment areas on the first floor, along with the two car garage, and of course, a half bath for visitors and service quarters. The home boasts marble floors throughout the first floor, coral stone details and abundant natural light throughout. On the second level, there are 3 bedrooms including a master and two secondary bedrooms, living area/tv room, and on the third level, there is another master bedroom, ideal for guests, teens, or to be used as an entertainment room, adjoining to an expansive outdoor terrace with impressive mountain and city views.
The development and this particular residence are ideal for a family, offering ample spaces, natural light, outdoor entertainment areas, private terraces and an unbeatable location in the heart of the Escazú, providing the lifestyle that we all dream about.
Priced to sell, this residence provides a family with an excellent opportunity to raise their children in one of the most exclusive residential communities in the area. Comparable homes in the community are listed above $900,000.
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