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Paso MarcoPaso Marcos 3 Bedroom House
12 Acre Coffee & Banana Farm one hour from Turrialba
Bedroom 3 - Baths 2
House Interior - 1,679 Square Feet
Wrap Around Porch - 1,593 Square Feet
Kitchen, Living and Dining Room all open
This beautiful American built home has 148m2 of wrap around porch to take advantage of the wonderful views, the surrounding green vegetation, and also a beautiful and safe view of theTurrialba Volcano .
There are twelve acres of land with coffee, banana, forest, and a large pen/pasture land designed for goats .
Located in a quiet farming area, very private, very peaceful and three hours from San Jose, you will find the small farming area of Paso Marcos . You are also one hour outside of Turrialba, 40 minutes from the small town of La Suiza, and one mile from the world famous Pacuare river (see below).
A couple extra things about the house
To protect the extensive porch area from the rain, overhangs were created around the porch to be wider than the width of the porch. This way the porch stays dry during the rain and the house stays cooler.
The water comes from a local aqueduct and was recently tested. The testers said it's among the best drinking water in Costa Rica.
A bird watchers dream.
Toucans frequent the property as well as parrots, and a multitude of other beautiful birds.
Coffee is sold to a beneficiary and the bananas harvested are sold locally.
are River, whose headwaters begin on the Atlantic slope in the Talamanca mountain range, runs about 68 miles (108 km) until reaching the Caribbean Sea on the Costa Rica's central coast. This is the quintessential tropical river, with stunning scenery and abounding wildlife.The Pacuare River
The Pacuare River
The Pacuare, Costa Rica's most scenic and most accessible river, spans some of the country's most diverse terrain, passing through densely vegetated primary rain forest, lowland tropical forest and towering waterfalls. Jaguars, ocelots, monkeys, sloths and hundreds of species of birds make this tropical environment their home. With rapids ranging all the way up to class V, the Pacuare is easilly Costa Rica's premier white water rafting river. National Geographic called it one of the world's top 10 river trips in the world, not just due to its challenging rapids, but also because of the stunning scenery that lines its shores. This river is intended for experienced and adventurous rafters. Multiple day trips are available to combine the exhilarating rafting adventures with exploration of waterfalls, hiking trails and natural springs along the way. One hour outside of Turrialba, in Paso Marcos. It's one mile from the Pacuare river. The 12 acres consist of coffee, banana, forest, gardens, and a large pen/pasture land designed for goats. The house has a wrap around porch and a beautiful view of the Turrialba Volcano
The Pacuare River, rated one of the top rivers in the world, ,begins on the Atlantic slope in the Talamanca mountain range, runs about 68 miles and empties into the Caribbean. Beautiful scenery is everywhere, and a multitude of wildlife like jaguars, ocelots, monkeys, sloths and hundreds of species of birds make this tropical environment their home.
Along the river one will see densely vegetated primary rain forest, lowland tropical forest, towering waterfalls and challenging rapids ranging all the way up to class V. Collectively, these distinguishing qualities, make the Pacuare easilly Costa Rica's premier white water rafting river.
And National Geographic called it one of the world's top 10 river trips!
Intended for experienced and adventurous rafters
The Pacuare River is one of the best destinations in the world for whitewater rafting
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