This unique Costa Rican contemporary home designed by Javier Salinas, one of Latin America's distinguished contemporary architects, has amazing 360 degree views of the Pacific Ocean, mangrove, forest canopy, vast rolling hills, and mountains. Located in Playa Bejuco between Jaco and Quepos, just a half hour from Manuel Antonio National Park. Due to its close proximity to San Jose and the International Airport, the Central Pacific of Costa Rica with beautiful beaches, nearby golf course, marina, world class sports-fishing and surfing, is becoming a sophisticated development area attracting investors from around world.
Perched on a plateau overlooking the Pacific, the main home and guest home are situated on 2.5 acres with an abundance of trees and natural landscaping. The property is a haven for wildlife visited frequently by monkeys, scarlet macaws, kinkajous, rabbits, toucans, and a wide variety of other birds. The beach is only a 15 minute walk away and boasts some of the best surf in the country welcoming sounds of crashing waves to accompany the majestic sunsets. Construction of the main house is approximately 450 m2 (4,800 sq.ft.) with living area, dining room and tea area, lap pool with deck, three bedrooms including master suite with an office/den option. Includes three and a half baths, outdoor shower, a kitchen with brand new “Kitchen Aid” appliances, and a laundry room. The guest house has 130 m2 (1,400 sq.ft.) of construction, including two bedrooms, deck, living room, kitchen/dining room, and two baths.
This custom home comes fully furnished and equipped in minimalist tendency. A quick access off the coast highway (Costanera) on the Central Pacific coast and a 10 minute drive up the hill. The property is surrounded by a security fence and a walled entrance with guard’s gate to protect from intruders. The house sits on 2.5 acres with room to expand the property as an option where more construction may take place.