A comfortable little cabin overlooking San Isidro de El General (gateway to the Southern Zone) and the Valley General, and less than an hour from the beach. The cabin has two small bedrooms, one bathroom (with shower), living room, kitchen with valley view, car port and laundry room. The setting is the mountain community of Quebradas, one of the most popular with expats.
The setting is the mountain community of Miravalles, just above Quebradas, both popular with expats due to the cool climate, scenic river (the "quebrada" of Quebradas), nearby nature reserve, authentic tico culture, and proximity to town and to the beach. Nearby attractions include the Quebradas Nature Reserve, which is within a hearty and healthy walking distance up and into the mountains, as well as Cerro Chirripo, the highest mountain in Costa Rica, with the trail head about a half-hour away. Other nearby attraction include the incredible Nauyaca Falls, the Diamante Fall (highest in Costa Rica), and of course Dominical and other beaches of the Costa Ballena, the most gorgeous coastline in Costa Rica. There are three nearby stores and a popular bar with restaurant. Hiking opportunities abound in the area. This is Costa Rica mountain living at its best, but still minutes from the beach. And at 900 meters in altitude, the climate is nearly perfect all the time.
There are three buses that run through Quebradas every 15 minutes and getting around without a car is a cinch. From the cabin you can walk down the hill to the bus stop and be in downtown San Isidro in about 15 minutes by bus...and to the beach, around 40.
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I've been a resident of Costa Rica for going on 16 years. I first arrived in 2001 to broker the deal that sold one of the country's premier private universities to a U.S. publicly-held education company. For the past decade I've been arranging eco-intensive Costa Rica vacation tours to locations throughout the country, as well as Nicaragua, Panama and Colombia. In addition to serving as an unbaised agent with the Coldwell Banker Dominical Realty team, I offer Expat Consulting and conduct guided Expat Tours.
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