Amazing 7-Bedroom Casa Jacana, one of Manuel Antonio’s favourite vacation rentals, is now available for sale as a great option for those looking for a large home in the tropics, or as an investment opportunity on the vacation rental market. Featuring breathtaking ocean views of the Pacific Ocean & magnificent mountain views of the surrounding jungles from all levels, this large villa would be ideal for a large extended family and perfect for hosting & entertaining large groups, for family reunions or wedding groups. Built in 2007 on a 1742 m2 lot, the house is 4,200 sq ft and is located in a gated community with 24 hour security.
Casa Jacana is an open concept living area, kitchen and dining room. There is a beautiful swimming pool and deck overlooking the rainforest and coastline. The views from this house are a must see! Clean, modern lines, large picture windows and sliding glass doors create a bright and fresh ambiance that makes an open air living space. A large furnished, western-style kitchen is complete with all of the modern appliances and amenities you will need.
The second level has two bedrooms with 15 foot vaulted wooden beam ceilings. The master suite has a king size bed, a sitting area to enjoy the jungle views, and its own bathroom including a Jacuzzi tub and beautifully tiled shower.
Below the main house are two additional floors which host the third (one double, one single-sized bed) and fourth bedrooms (queen sized bed), two bathrooms, and a living area with a mini kitchen. These lower two levels have their own independent entrance and can also be utilized as a separate private apartment unit.
Across the terrace there is a fifth bedroom with a queen sized bed and bathroom. The sixth bedroom located up a level and has a king sized bed, master bathroom and lovely views from a private balcony. A seventh bedroom with A/C, private bathroom and kitchenette is available for large groups.
Daily wildlife visits are guaranteed at this premium Costa Rican location! The large balconies and private pool are visited by monkeys, sloths, macaws and toucans regularly.