SANDY POINT ESTATES is a remarkable 12.9-hectare tract of land comprising eight separate maritime zone lots, all with newly issued use permits for ecotourism development.
Located less than 1 km as the crow flies from Puerto Jiménez, this private property is remote yet accessible. The only neighbor is the Preciosa-Platanares Wildlife Refuge, a nationally protected park that encompasses the Platanares River estuary and the mangrove forest on either side.
Lot 3 has 1.3 hectares and is one of the best lots of the project. Lot 3 is bounded by Lot 2 to the north, Lot 1 to the west, Lot 4 to the south and the Golfo Dulce to the east, providing spectacular sunrises.
It has 85 meters of sandy beachfront, with surf that breaks in front and a steep drop a short distance offshore. It looks out over the Golfo Dulce very near where dolphins pass in the morning and afternoon.
The entire lot is flat, half in savanna, half in shrub, all swept by offshore breezes. The property is amenable to development in 50% of its area.
This property has all the applicable permits to allow an ecotourism development, all ready to be implemented by the buyer, the land ready for building.
Sandy Point Estates is an unusual opportunity for commercial development in the Osa Peninsula’s primary economic engine, ecotourism. The Puntarenitas Peninsula is renowned for having the Osa’s best swimming beach, Platanares.
The Golfo Dulce is said to be one of four tropical fjords in the world, and it’s a calving ground to both northern and southern Pacific humpback whale populations. The gulf is also an annual destination for whale sharks.
Inshore and offshore fishing is world-class, and in fact the Pacific waters off Costa Rica boast some of the best sailfishing in the world.
Horseback riding, ziplining, surfing, snorkeling, tree climbing, recreational gold panning and wildlife viewing are just a few of the reasons people from all over the world travel to the Osa to enjoy.
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- Ocean View
- Primary Forest
- Secondary Forest
- On-site Water
- Structure description:raw land
- Access: 4WD recommended, beach sand