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 Costa Rica Real Estate 

Houses in a 55+ Community

Near San Ramon de Alajuela

Costa Rica Real Estate - San Ramon - Retirement

Why San Ramon? 

You’ve done your due diligence and decided living in Costa Rica is for you. Like every other place, San Ramon de Alajuela is unique. Here are the attributes which, when combined, make San Ramon unique:

Mild year-round temperatures

A large, organized expat community (Community Action Alliance, Hacienda Vivace, Vientos Bajos Activity Center, Thursday Coffee at Delicias, Gringo Central, Vientos Bajos’ Codger)

Thriving commercial center which provides for all your needs and supports a population of over 60,000 (a mid-sized city in the Central Valley with a small-town feel): excellent restaurants, shopping mall with big-screen cinema complex

Medical Services: Hospital, clinics, world-class dentists, specialists, pharmacists

Cultural Center: UCR campus, Jose Figueres Cultural Center, museum, public music school (SiNEM)

Efficient local, regional, and national-access bus system


On Ruta 1, an international highway linking San Jose, the Pacific Ocean, and Nicaragua

45 minutes to Juan Santamaria International Airport, San Jose

One-hour drive to downtown San Jose

One-hour drive to the beach (Dona Ana)

Social/Cultural Life: Community chorus, community theater, exercise and dance classes, Spanish lessons, concerts, and more

The Sporting Life: Pickleball, tennis, dancing, Pilates, yoga, public and private gyms, hiking, biking, public pools, basketball, and more 

Why Here?

This community and its activities center complement, Vientos Bajos, were built as a gated and secured community for the 55 + active expat. Here’s what we offer:

24/7 on-site security and maintenance

West slope of the west cordillera (phenomenal 50-mile coastline views & sunsets)

One mile from the Bernardo Soto International Highway (Route 1)

3900 feet altitude (temperatures between 60-85 degrees Fahrenheit)

Pastoral setting

11-minute drive to of San Ramonde Alajuela

Walking paths, local hiking

Located Across the street from Vientos Bajos, a four-story recreation center offering a sports court (basketball/pickleball), activities, events, diverse classes/ groups/clubs, libraries, etc. See our website (www.vientosbajos.com)


Local ownership:The owners live on the property


What We’re Offering:

One and two-bedroom houses, for sale or rent (See our classified rental ad in the Tico Times)

Loro House-2 bed/1 bath. 1,150 sq ft:

Mariposa House-2 bed/3 bath. 1,800 sq ft:

Pisote House-1 bed/1 bath. 1,200 sq ft:

Colibri House - 2 bed/1 bath. 1,000 sq ft:

Danta House-2 bed/1 bath. 1,600 sq ft:

Rana House -2 bed/2 bath. 1,100 sq ft:

Rent to buy

Access/membership to Vientos Bajos Activities Center


Caveat: This property was designed with the active retiree in mind and is not ADA accessible


The Rest of the Story:

When the owners moved to Costa Rica in 2011, they looked for and found what they couldn’t find in the United States: Year-round perfect temperatures between 60 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit; away from the city but with quick and easy access to shopping, culture, beaches, and medical care if and when necessary; friendly neighbors; an expat support system to make transition from North America much easier; panoramic ocean views; and a surrounding of nature.

      Then they added what they didn’t find here when they arrived: a small community/ campus environment for active retired senior expats, along with social, cultural, and physical activities and events for retired expats--and a place to hold them.

This may be what you’ve been looking for.

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