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Rancho La Joya Del Sol
A 168 Acre (68 Hectare) Farm
· Enjoy magnificent views of the Northern Volcano Range—Tenorio, Miravalles, Rincon de la Vieja and beyond
· Located in the mountains above San Rafael de Guatuso
· 96 acres of Primary Forest currently under protection is the home of 3 types of monkeys, deer and countless birds
· 37 acres planted in 10 yr old Melina with a permit to harvest can provide lumber for building, generate income or you can just let your money grow!
· 33 acres in native pasture with 2 streams and 5 springs of clean clear water allow you to raise your own cattle, dairy cows or horses
· Pick fresh fruit year round from the many fruit trees including oranges, limons, sweet limes, tangerines, mangos, avocados, papayas and enjoy more kinds of bananas than you knew existed from the 2 acres planted with 5 types of bananas
· Grow coffee, organic vegetables or just about anything you can think of because the top soil still exists on this farm and it is deep and rich
· There is a very basic house for caretaker and corral for livestock along with a concrete floor shed with septic.
Situated high on the mountain ridge above San Rafael de Guatuso in the Province of Alajuela, with a median elevation of 600 meters, this farm is blessed with refreshing breezes and cool nights. The finca is in an area that has not been overrun by tourists and development
This 168 acre farm is located in the Canton of Venado near Santa Lucia about a 3.5 hour drive to either the San Jose or Liberia International airports in a beautiful and as yet undiscovered area of cattle ranches and dairy farms near Venado Caverns. Although the airports are hours away, Neuvo Arenal is only 9 miles to the southwest and La Fortuna is 20 miles to the southeast.
The pastures come at a price though and much of the original forest has been cut. Rancho La Joya Del Sol still has 96 acres of Primary Forest under protection. This provides a safe haven for many rapidly vanishing birds and wildlife and it also serves as a seed bank for many types of Costa Rican trees that are becoming more scarce by the day as logging continues.
This area is starting to see a trickle of visitors as more people are traveling beyond La Fortuna and Lake Arenal to Venado Caverns, Rio Celeste and Cano Negro.
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