Costa Rica is known for its deliciously rich coffee and sugar. This coffee and sugarcane farm is just over 550 acres of fertile land in a perfectly cool climate. The property is broken up into sections for the crops: 123 acres of coffee fields, 99 acres of sugarcane fields, 60 acres of charral (land ready to be planted), and 272 acres of pristine mountains. Even though the large majority of this property is used for farming purposes, the 272 acres of pristine mountain setting makes you feel like you are immersed in nature.
The coffee and sugarcane farm also comes with a Landini tractor, 12 sugar cane wagons, 1 coffee wagon, 2 water tanks, a water sprinkler pump for the fields, and a harvester machine.
Major Development Potential for Various Crops or Residential Uses
Though the property is currently a sugarcane and coffee farm with no structure to live in, a simple or exquisite home could be built right away. Internal roads can be found throughout the property making it easy to access multiple potential building sites within the 272 acres of mountain setting; the views from various locations on the property are of the beautiful blue-green mountains and valley views of the village Sarchi de Grecia below. The property has ASADA water, electric at the property line, and fiber-optic internet available.
Or, if you choose to keep the property functioning and producing farm, you have about 60 acres of ready-to-be-planted land for additional high-climate crops such as berries or various fruit trees to create a food forest. Costa Rica has some of the most fertile soil in Central America so creating and growing a property that supplies you with most of your food source is achievable here.
Located in the Heart of Costa Rica with Easy Access to Sarchi de Grecia, Grecia, and Alajuela
This farm is located outside a quaint village called Sarchi de Grecia. In this village, you will find basic amenities such as farmer’s markets, churches, typical restaurants, and corner stores. The village has a great sense of community and history, and they take pride in their carpentry. Most ox-carts found in Costa Rica are made right here in this village. The village also produces custom-made high-quality furniture that can be found all throughout the country.
However, if you find yourself needing other amenities like doctors, lawyers, banks, malls, etc., then you can head 20 minutes east from the property into Grecia and Alajuela.