Villa La Colonia
Number of Bedrooms:
Number of bathrooms:
House Square Feet:
2,544 sq. feet
Property Size - Acres:
Property Size - Meters:
7,134.00 sq. meters
Number of floors:
85 feet above sea level
There is no guest house
Let me start by saying this home has ONE OF THE BEST OCEAN VIEWS I'VE EVER SEEN since living in Costa Rica. Located just South of Uvita, this 2,500 sq. ft. home overlooks Playa Colonia all the way to Playa Uvita and the famous Whale's Tail rock formations. The sensory experience is mesmerizing, and it is a short walk to the beach along a private trail.
The floorplan features an elegant, one-story design with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. The kitchen is ideally located to breathe in the expansive ocean view. Granite and teak highlight a chef's kitchen with its Jade gas stove and U.S. imported LG refrigerators and appliances. The kitchen opens up to the dining area, which offers great views of the ocean and valley through very large (triple pane) windows.
The balcony-patio shades over 800 sq. ft. and is the ideal place to relax and breathe in the stunning view. Cool ocean breezes eliminate the need to air conditioning, but the house is a/c ready. A custom ICR alarm combines 20 sensors for added security. The dual master suites have lovely tiled bathrooms and open up to the large balcony through large sliding glass doors.
The swimming pool area is complete with a cascading waterfall, ocean and valley views, and a 400 sw. ft. covered rancho, ideal for bbq parties. On the Northern side of the house there is a two-car garage and a small, simple caretakers house.
Water is supplied by the Uvita water system (a 1000 liter back-up tank with pressure pump is in place to ensure water even when city water is unavailable) and the property has a land phone line as well as excellent cellphone reception. High speed internet completes the offering.
If you want easy access directly off the Costanera highway, this gorgeous house is ideal. Another option is to transform it into the hottest commercial business in Uvita, the new center of the southern Pacific zone.