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Casa Preciosa - Santa Ana, Costa Rica

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Dreaming of living in paradise, well now is the time. Costa Rica offers a lot of everything, A place where rainforests and volcanoes give way to picture-perfect beaches and warm, sapphire seas. Costa Rica has been voted as one of the best retirement and travel destinations in the world

and is just a short 3-4 hour plane ride from all major cities in the US. 

Why not give us a call and we can explain how easy the process of homeownership is. 

And best of all, this home is offered FURNISHED! No need to spend thousands to ship containers and cars. All major furniture, all major appliances, all outdoor furniture, and lots of other items included.

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5 Bedroom - 4 Full Bath  - Parking for 7 

Main Home 8,000sq ft - Guest Home 2,000 sq ft - Lot Size 55,000 sq ft

A luxury home perfect for retirement or family life, in one of the parts of the city considered the best: the city, Santa Ana, San José. Just an hour and a half from the Central Pacific coast of Costa Rica. This beautiful home was designed for the owner of one of the leading construction companies in Costa Rica, filled with precious woods.
This classic Spanish-style home has all the comfort and luxury that you would like to have in the home of your dreams.

You can sit on the ranch by the pool and see all the nature that surrounds the property or just walk and have a fresh fruit from the mango tree, soursop, medlar, orange, jaboticaba and all the exotic fruits within the property or just sit back and listen to the birds and the sound of silence, while you read your favorite book.
The 200 m2 guest house is something your family or guests will enjoy. Ample parking space for ten cars.

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The Area Surrounding Casa Preciosa

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Suburban Santa Ana is nestled in the hills west of Costa Rica’s capital, San Jose. It is conveniently located on the tollway next to the popular upscale suburb of Escazú. Two decades ago Santa Ana was just a small dot on the map in the Central Valley’s mountainous landscape. But now it has grown into a popular suburb where small town traditions meet modern amenities.

Although Santa Ana is not considered a tourist destination per se, those living and visiting the area will find plenty of things to do and see. Known as the Valle del Sol (valley of the sun) this year-round temperate-weather town features a professional 18-hole golf course (and three other courses nearby), a bustling downtown area, shopping, restaurants, and mid-range to upscale developments nestled in the mountains.

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Costa Rica - "The Land Of Pura Vida"

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In Costa Rica, One of the World's Top Relocation Destinations, there is no Retirement Crisis. In Fact, North American Retirees Say They Now Live Better Than Ever…

Costa Rica, one of the world's top retirement destinations, has a lot going for it, no question…​
  • A long record of safety and stability. Costa Rica has had no army since 1948, and a strong democratic government since then.
  • Top-quality affordable healthcare. In the just-released 2019 Bloomberg Global Health study of the world’s healthiest countries, Costa Rica ranks as the healthiest country in Central America… ranking ahead of the U.S. And when it comes to overall healthcare efficiency, says Bloomberg, Costa Rica ranks well ahead of the U.S . And the really good news: If you become a citizen, you can qualify for the CAJA national health system that provides comprehensive coverage, no matter your age.
  • Slightly smaller than West Virginia, this tiny country hosts a huge variety of climates and landscapes: palm-tree lined deserted beaches, steamy rain forests, high mountain forests, hillside farms, and more. There's something for everybody.
  • A community for every lifestyle—from bustling market towns to isolated beachside outposts to big city suburbs to quiet farming villages—and everything in between. You can find an escape here that suits you perfectly.
  • Natural beauty that won't ever disappear. Development in Costa Rica is sustainable thanks to a commitment to conservation made by the government and private landowners. A full quarter of this nation's land is set aside as national park or private reserve.
The list of reasons why Costa Rica is a great place to retire, start a business, work, start a new chapter of your life—whatever your goal—just keeps getting longer.
One of the biggest benefits is that the "trail" has been blazed for you in Costa Rica by decades' worth of expats, and all you have to do is follow in their footsteps.
 
That makes Costa Rica something I like to call:
Latin America for Beginners
There's no need for you to be a "pioneer" when it comes to moving to Costa Rica.
English is widely spoken…by plumbers…mechanics…doctors…real estate agents…shopkeepers…and more. You'll have all the modern conveniences you're used to like cable and satellite TV (with many channels in English), high-speed internet, smartphones, and American foods and other products in stores and restaurants.
And you'll also find plenty of communities full of fellow expats where friendships come fast thanks to the common bond of moving overseas. That means you'll have a very active social life—and don't forget all your new local friends too. Costa Ricans are very friendly people—in fact, a new study from the World Economic Forum found Costa Rica to be one of the most welcoming countries in the world to foreigners.
The bottom line is that Costa Rica and its people are used to "gringos" and you will be a welcome addition to any community. And your transition will be much easier here than if you moved to many other countries. In Costa Rica, you'll quickly discover—and appreciate:
  • The Pura Vida attitude (in a nutshell: life is good) and laidback lifestyle that Costa Rica is known for. It permeates daily life—in stark contrast to the high stress and focus on money we have in North America.
  • Cost of living remains very reasonable. A couple can live comfortably on $1,950 a month, including housing costs. And trips for weekly groceries won't break the bank.
  • And residence is easy to secure. Retirees need just $1,000 a month per couple from Social Security or a pension to qualify. If you're not yet at retirement age, you can seek rentista residence, which requires $2,500 a month in interest income from an investment like a certificate of deposit or a one-time deposit of $60,000 in a Costa Rican bank.
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COSTA RICA | LIVING WITH NATURE

The quality of life is great in Costa Rica where people live in peace and harmony with nature.  Covered by dry farmland and lush rainforest, the country has a tropical climate. Having a reasonable amount of sun exposure through an active outdoor lifestyle is another key to longevity among locals. Vitamin D intake from the sun, especially when combined with walking as a traditional mode of transportation, offers a beneficial boost to heart and bone health.

7 Reasons to Invest In Costa Rica

  1. FOREIGN OWNERSHIP IS 100% PERMITTED AND IS EASY

  2. PROPERTY TAXES ARE UNBELIEVABLY LOW

  3. THE COSTA RICAN ECONOMY HISTORICALLY HAS BEEN STABLE AND IS GROWING

  4. TOURISM IS BIG BUSINESS AND IS GROWING

  5. LOW COST FOR A HIGH STANDARD OF LIVING

  6. COSTA RICA IS A CONVENIENT PLACE TO RELOCATE AND VISIT

  7. ENGLISH IS SPOKEN AND THE LOCALS ARE MEGA “PURA VIDA”!