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Great lot with exclusive view of Central Valley on Sale
A costa rican family is selling one of the biggest lot in exclusive residential area known as Green Town (in Spanish Villa Verde) which is inside the area of Carmen de Mata of Platano. This neighborhood was earlier named as Markwood.
This lot has the possibility of being segregated in lots having a front size of 11.57 m., 9.93 meters and 12.47 meters if they are taken from the frontal line. The front of the area is 34 meters wide and it has a depth of variable length of more than 50 meters. It is located in a zone between the rivers and gorges of Bush of Banana.
It corresponds to the areas with inclination that is biggest than 25 %. It is demarcated in the plane of zoning inside the Regulatory Plan known as SZCU – AND. The intention in this subarea is to discourage there the urban use density to protect this way the proper inhabitants of conditions of risk of slide and the rest of the city of risks of flood and contamination. Also, it takes as an intention to serve as lung of relief supporting open spaces and with vegetation.
At present we are consulting all the banks in Costa Rica to find if they facilitate us a loan to construct apartments or condominiums.
Also we are looking architects, lawyers and designers to start transforming the blueprints that we have of apartments for constructing in the lot for more than 20 years.
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Little-known areas where land is cheap—but the path of progress is coming and values are rising
Nuts and bolts insider tips—direct from expats themselves-for daily life in Costa Rica
The stress-free way to get your pets to Costa Rica—it’s easier than you think—if you know the rules
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