Charming off the grid vacation home in the picturesque hills of Maquenco.
If you look to escape from your city life and to live more naturally, this unique property promises you a true nature expericence.
Casa La Cascasda is a lovely self-sustaining home located in the small village of Naranjalito, up in the hills of Maquenco, at only 25 minutes’ drive from the beach town of Samara and 30 minutes from the main town of Nicoya. Set on the hillside of a beautiful 1.25 acres property, this home boasts stunning panoramic mountain and jungle views. The property extends to a river and a gorgeous waterfall you can easily access by a little trail starting just besides the home. It also planted with numerous of fruits trees and blooming plants that attract an abundant fauna all year round. Definitively the perfect setting for nature lovers.
This 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms home has three stories. The main storey features a spacious open floor plan with a kitchen and a cozy sitting area that opens on a large scenic balcony. The ideal place for a morning coffee or for a relaxing evening nightcap, lulled by the gentle sound of the waterfall. The lower level comprises a bedroom with 2 single beds, a full bathroom, a walk in closet, and a private terrace. The master bedroom has the best view on the top floor and features also a full bathroom and a balcony.
A natural built home that combines local teak wood and earth and plaster walls. Its Indonesian-inspired design and interior decor creates a cozy atmosphere that blends perfectly with nature. Gorgeous high ceilings with exposed beams and lots of openings make this home airy. Lovely balconies to admire the incredible nature from each room. Teak wood is also used for kitchen cabinetry and furniture.
The property is part of the private community located in Finca Las Brisas, with only few residents around, all likeminded and fair, looking for seclusion and contact with nature. Owners have free access to all the Finca. There are beautiful hiking trails and viewpoints on the Pacific Ocean. Residents are all volunteers to share costs for maintenance of the community trails and well.
Power is provided by solar panels and generators, and water comes from the shared community well which is also powered by solar panels.
The house is sold fully furnished with generators and the1987 wrangler Jeep.
This impeccably maintained property is a must see for people who inspire to a quiet and simple life for a vacation time or all year round.
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