Lake Arenal, Costa Rica, real estate for sale
L80 Phenomenal view acreage at El Silencio - $18/meter for all or part
What a pleasure it is to drive the high road from Tilaran to the mountain village of El Silencio. The views are so amazing that first-time visitors always insist on stopping to take photos of the lake and the villages of Tronadora, Chimurria, and San Luis far below. The road itself is no challenge since it starts at fairly high altitude at the town of Tilaran, arriving at Silencio about 12 minutes later if photographers can be hustled along. Another road shortly before Silencio makes the lovely winding descent to Tronadora and the lakeside highway. The property measures 3.7 acres and mainly consists of a variety of buildable slopes with forest along the upper part and a bordering stream on the eastern side. The asking price for a minimum of 5000 square meters (just under 1 1/2 acres) is $90,000. The asking price for the whole property is $270,000. Electricity and water are available at the property. The pretty village is 300-400 yards farther on.
The lot, situated on a gentle hillside above the pretty village of El Silencio, has wonderful lake and volcano views.
This is just a small part of the wonderful views of Lake Arenal and the surrounding mountains from this acreage.
The lot has easy access from the Silencio-Tilaran road. The lot has good building sites near and far from the road.
The 3.7 acres is for the most part gently sloped and easily buildable since is borders the Silencio-Tilaran road.
The mountain village of Silencio is just a few hundred yards past the lot.
The pretty mountain-top village of Silencio is just a few hundred yards away. The road continues past Silencio in a picturesque half-hour's drive to Rio Chiquito, where launches carrying tourists from the Fortuna hotels land to transfer the tourists to vans for a visit to Monteverde and the famous cloud forest.
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