Zoned Low Density Hotel, this beach front concessioned property is located in the tranquil pueblo of Manzanillo de Ario, 14 Kilometers from Cobano or 8 Kilometers north of Santa Teresa and Mal Pais on the south-west side of the Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica. \rConcession permits have been approved and registered and development grants have been approved by ICT and the local Municipality in Cobano.\rThe property is approximately 4393.65 m2 and... more ‘L’ –shaped with 30.65 meters of road frontage. 2593.65 m2 has two building sites, one at beach level and one up higher with a spectacular tree top and ocean view.\r1800 m2 is partially forested with plans to plant exotic trees and tropical plants.\rZoning allows for any commercial enterprise on a small scale, with buildings not more than two stories high.\rA 22000 Liter tank for water storage has been buried into the earth on the upper building site and a well, located in the partially forested area keeps the water reservoir topped up.\rThe lower building site has a permitted 12’ x 20’ cement building which acts as a bodega (safe storage locker), but has been creatively finished inside with ceramic tiles, glass blocks and wood accents. It presently has a kitchen, bathroom with hot shower and a living area with a large deck in front. Future plans are for two bedrooms and a deck on the second floor. The windows close up securely with metal shutters and lock inside at three points. The door is also metal and has two secure dead-bolt locks which require the keys to unlock the door from the inside. The solid cement construction, including a poured 6” concrete roof make the building and all belongings inside as safe as a vault.\rThe beach level area has been planted with two varieties of prolifically producing coconut palms, a guava tree, and cashew nut tree. The canopy of a huge cenicero and ceiba and almond trees keep the afternoon sun filtered and a variety of odd, decorative palms, hosting orchid cactus add intrigue to the landscape.\rA one minute walk down the driveway and across the public road (which uniquely is located in the 50 meter public zone) deposits you onto a beautiful, quiet, white sand beach. The beauty of the beach in Manzanillo de Ario is that a natural reef at the mouth of the bay breaks the heavy surf, making the water an enjoyable place to swim, kayak and boogie board without the worry of undertows and being in the path of surfers.\rThe isolated beach continues north to a number of small rivers and the Bongo River 5 K. away is an excellent fishing spot and hosts a spectacular array of bird life. On a typical sunny day you are able to see the coast well into northern Guanacaste province.\rThe best surfing beach on the Nicoya Peninsula is only a 10 minute drive south and snorkeling locations are plentiful 15 minutes south by car and many small tide pools for lounging or snorkeling are only a 10 minute walk away. This area is a stand up paddle boarder paradise also... (For all the SUP enthusiasts!)\rThe local pueblo has three sodas featuring typical Tico menus, a bar, and two pulparias which stock basic supplies.\rBusy Santa Teresa is a 15 minute drive south for more sodas, restaurants, grocery stores, hardware stores, two banks, internet cafes and nightlife. Mal Pais is another 10 minutes further for more restaurants, fishing, zip lines, and snorkeling. Cobano is the main town and is easily accessible within a 20 minute drive in the dry season, along an interior, well maintained gravel road.\rThe tourist wave has not arrived in Manzanillo and the locals would like to keep the community’s future as quiet and tranquil as it is today.\r\r* the adjacent property, 2003 m2 has also had concession permits approved and is for sale. Joined together, these two properties would make a perfect spot for a boutique hotel, rental cabinas, or a yoga and/or Stand Up Paddle-board retreat. Business opportunities are endless because you are starting from a clean slate with thi ...less
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