Costa Rica Private Nature Reserve
A unique ownership opportunity
550m2 Construction - 110 Acres of Land - $1.65M
A rare opportunity to acquire 110 acres, a large Estate and a Private Nature Reserve at the heart of Costa Rica’s Central Valley, just 50 minutes away from Juan Santa Maria International Airport.
For the distinctive buyer that truly care for nature, this is a once in a lifetime chance to own an off-grid, fully sustainable Estate with its own Private Nature Reserve just outside of town.
"Natureza Viva Nature Reserve is unlike anything I have ever experienced. The sounds of the forest, the majestic sunsets and volcano views, abundant wildlife – and the stars, oh the stars! There is definitely a different energy at play here… something supernatural. The luxurious old-world house and adjacent jungle residents make falling in love with this place inevitable.”
The Forest House
Beauty and Old-World Setting
exclusive natural privacy
Owe inspiring sunsets
Leisure and comfort
Home to the Puma Concolor
The Reserve is a unique landscape, with vistas to three of Costa Rica's volcanoes (Volcan Viejo, Volan Poas and Volcan Barva) and the Pacific Ocean, 180 degrees of stunning views and a majestic Rain Forest, vast and colorful sunsets. Here lies a rugged beauty that quietly connects with you, and touches the soul.
For a visionary with a passion for conservation, there are almost unlimited opportunities to engage with and protect nature. Natureza Viva not only offers everything you need to connect with nature, but you will also be surrounded by a truly outstanding blend of Flora and Fauna. Over 800 different trees and shrubs have been identified on the reserve, many with known medicinal use, there are many types of mushrooms growing in the forest and the wildlife abundance is second to none. This allows the distinguished buyer to dedicate the reserve for conservation and preservation activities, establish eco-tourism activities or just enjoy living embraced by the deep forest, with all the comforts that the Forest House and adjacent infrastructure offers.
“Daily life on the Reserve is filled with beauty, nature’s symphony changes from day to night, with unique and precious tunes heard in the twilight and at dawn. The experience of being surrounded by birds singing and flying around, blue Morpheus, and many dozens of other butterfly species gently gliding warmed by the sun rays scattered through the trees, white tail deers passing through, every day we find new magical creatures at our doorstep”
Alexa Young, CA
Natureza Viva has a large community of mammals, Pumas (Mountain Lions), and Ocelots (Manigordo in Spanish) White Tail Deers, Coyotes, Coatis (Pizotes) Opossum, Sloths, Whiteface Monkeys, Howler Monkeys, Tamandua (AntEater), Kinkaju (Martilla). They all enjoy a forest seldomly traversed by people, lots of food, rivers and springs of water are available and the forest is teeming with animal activity during the day and night. The changing seasons bring with them a transformation of the forest and the activity of the animals changes as well. The little specimens, many types of wild bees, such as the Mariolas and others, little colorful flies and all kinds of crawlers, beautiful and unique species of frogs, snakes, spiders, all the forest dwellers live in a spectacular harmony.
There are approximately 150 fruit trees around the Forest house, with Mango, Mandarine, Oranges, 4 types of lemon trees, Guanábana, Guyaba, Star Apples, Jackfruit and Breadfruit, Noni Trees, Avocados, Bananas, Plantain, Papaya, Mimbro (Averrhoa bilimbi), Kumquat, Cacao, Black Berries, and a variety of medicinal plants adorn the gardens.
In the forest you will find Cedro Amargo (Cedral Odorata), Cedro Bateo (Cedrela Salvadorensis), Ceiba (one of the largest tree species in the Costa Rica), Chaperno (Lonchocarpus salvadorensis) Chilamate (Ficus Insipida, Espavel (Anacardium excelsum) , Gallinazo (Brazilian firetree) Guácimo colorado (Luehea seemanii), Guanacaste (Enterolobium cyclocarpum), Hule (Castilla elastica) , Jobo (Spondias mombin) , Lagartillos, Laurel (Laurus nobilis), Lorito (Cojoba arborea), Higuerones (Ficus) , Jabillo (Sandbox tree) , Madroño (Arbutus unedo), Mangle de Río, Ojoche (Breadnut) , Pochote (Pachira quinata) , Quebracho, Yos (Sapium glandulosum) , Yuco (bernoullia flammea) . Además de otros como Almentro de Río (Andira inermis), Cachimbo (Cariniana domestica), Cocobolo (Black rosewood) , Guapinol (Hymenaea courbari), Guayabón (Termalia oblonga), Guayacán (Termalia oblonga) Mora, Ocora (Guarea glabla) , Ron-Rón (Astronium graveolens) , Tempisque (Sideroxylon capiri) and many more native species.