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Lake Arenal and Arenal Volano
The only CRGAR and NAR certified Realtor at Lake Arenal, Costa Rica
L117 Beautifully prepared 3/4-acre volcano-view lot - $88,000
On a quiet country lane through the tiny village of Chimurria, this lot of .77 acres (3130 square meters) has a private gated entrance, water and electricity at hand, and a really well prepared building pad within its well-groomed landscaping. On a secondary road above the paved Tronadora highway, the lot is about 15 minutes from the all-services town of Tilaran. The stores and restaurants of San Luis and Tronadora are a few minutes away. The views from this site are extraordinary and the neighbors are charming. It's an area where some people have a horse or two and there is wonderfully scenic hiking. (Had not clouds obscured it, Arenal Volcano would have been visible in the last two photos below. However, we are able to show a photo taken of the volcano from about the same elevation a mile farther north of this lot and thus farther away from the volcano.).
The terraced lot is ready for building a lakeview home.
Already well groomed with hedges, tropical shrubs, and terraces, the lot's terracing and spaciousness invites a new owner to imagine various embellishments to his/her new semi-tropical home.
Arenal Volcano as seen from San Luis area.
This early morning view of Arenal Volcano was taken from a point about one mile north of our property L117. When not hampered by clouds, the view from L117 is similar to this,
The views stretch far to the north and south on the 20-mile-long Lake Arenal
The views stretch from the dormant volcano Tenorio at the north end of Lake Arenal to the active Arenal Volcano at the south, a far lengthier vista than what is seen in this photo. .
The town of Nuevo Arenal lies across the lake from these westside villages of Chimurria (El Roble), Troadora, and San Luis.
The town of Nuevo Arenal lies across the lake from these westside villages of Chimurria (El Roble), San Luis and Tronadora.
The The area features many indigenous and fruit trees, attracting a fascinating array of bird life from among Costa Rica's hundreds of species, including toucans, parrots, oropendolas, and dozens of smaller types.
The rich variety of indigenous and fruit trees in the area attract all day long a fascinating sampling of Costa Rica's hundreds of variety of birds, including toucans, parrots, oropendolas, hummingbirds, chacalacas, motmots, aracaris, orioles, tanagers, magpie-jays, manakins, colorful woodpeckers, and countless more. Howler moneys and other animals also feed on the indigenous fruits, flowers, and leaves of these trees.
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