La Joya is a 81 hectares jewel located on the Central Pacific Coast less than three minutes from the town center of Jaco Beach, the most developed coastal town in Costa Rica. The property is home to the most significant secondary rain forest in the area and has a mother farm with SETENA buil- ding permits along with shovel ready building sites including residential lots and two gorgeous hotel sites. The access to Jaco, abundance of flora and fauna, plus the fact that a significant portion of the property is ready for development make this one of the most valuable pieces of property on the Central Pacific Coast.
The original development plan was to make this the leading Ecological Community in Costa Rica. Close to one hundred thousand dollars was invested in to, planning, permitting, and marketing for this incredible property. The concept involved a three hectare club with swimming pools, tennis courts, equestrian center, and club house. The building lots and hotel sites were all designed to have minimal environmental impact with majority of the property being left to a natural reserve.
The current owner of La Joya are looking to liquidate the entire property for a highly discounted price of less than 70% of current market value of similar properties. Similar properties simply do not exist on the Central Pacific Coast much less with such proximity to Jaco. The shovel ready status of a good portion of the property will allow an investor to make back a significant portion of initial investment in year one.
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What our customers are saying
Upon arrival at the condo I gave myself a tour of all the rooms. They were all spotless. All the sheets were pressed and clean, bathrooms were stocked, towels and other amenities were all there. The bed I was sleeping in was a little stiff but was still comfortable. The view from the balcony was stunning and sunset is a must see.
HRG booked all of our excursions. There were a few instances of miscommunication, hence the very good rating. Ultimately though those were very minor and did not diminish the experience at all. All the tours were amazing. tips on the tours. The trekking tour is not for folks who are not use to hiking hilly terrain, dirt was loose but we saw some things in the park that your average tourist would never see. My brother and I were the first people to do the trek all year.
Tortuga Island was a great way to just relax and enjoy the beach. It is a 2 hour boat ride to the island and once you are there you get a few hours on the island which you can snorkel, jetski, ride the banana boat and kayak. Some locals show up on the island one of which offers freshly caught oysters which were delicious. There was also someone selling coconuts as well.
Tortuga Surf Camp is one of the best surf schools in Costa Rica. The instructors all know what they are doing and in the off season teach athletes from volcom and burton how to surf. The instructors are very friendly and make it easy to start surfing. Keep in mind they are busy and December is the high season so book early! The aTV tour was fun. I recommend taking the 2 or 3 hour tour. you really get out in the mountains and get to see some spectacular views with those tours.
The horse back tour was spectacular. you really get a sense of the local culture. If you are daring enough you can jump off a small ledge on the waterfall. It is quite exhilarating. also be aware of belt clipped electronics. one of the people on the tour lost there phone in the water.Adventurous1 (Denver CO)