18 Acres Development Opportunity at the Beach
- Property ID: 14994
What a great investment opportunity!
Reserva Playa Negra is a sustainable luxury resort that will be built on a 7.2-Ha property on the gorgeous Pacific coast of Costa Rica.
Compared to the overdeveloped and crowded beaches to the North, this location will offer future guests a quieter, more environmentally-conscious beach retreat. You can construct it with nature in mind, preserving as much tropical flora and fauna as possible. Without the intrusive hardscaping and concrete found at most commercial developments, guests will feel like the resort blends in with the natural habitat.
Reserva Playa Negra can have a gated entrance that opens to reveal a community of 48 Balinese-style condos spread out along several cul-de-sacs. The resort can also include a central community pool and clubhouse for guests, along with gazebos, BBQ patios, sun decks, a yoga studio and other social areas. Of course, this parcel is within walking distance to the beach!
Even though this lovely coastal retreat feels quite isolated while you are here, it’s still very accessible from the main highway (4km) and it’s just 90 minutes from the Liberia International Airport. Guests can always make a quick scenic drive to the popular historic town of Santa Cruz.
Now is your chance to invest in this 18Ha Development Opportunity with the potential for a fantastic ROI. The popularity of this area is growing rapidly as people get crowded out of the rest of Guanacaste. Contact us for more information about this exciting development opportunity in Costa Rica.
Playa Negra isn’t off the beaten path anymore. There are great restaurants, new infrastructure, and a paved road that is five minutes away. There is fibre-optic internet, telephone, satellite t.v., and 3G cel service. You’ll find that Playa Negra is the Costa Rica you fell in love with and you will be glad that it is close enough to Tamarindo and Santa Cruz but just far enough as well.
Playa Negra has long been known for it’s incredible waves. However, in recent years the type of tourist has changed from the surfer who came to get some barrels to the upper middle class and they are building million dollar beachfront homes for the myriad that want to come and be in a truly authentic section of Costa Rica.