Situated on a 0.6-acre lot in the gated community of Boulder de Osa, this 2-story Osa Peninsula Sombrero beach house is only 300 meters away from the beach and about the same distance from the Puerto Jimenez-Matapalo highway.
The Boulder de Osa residential community is fully titled with one of the region’s few completed maritime zoing plans (plan regulador). Property owners enjoy community security and benefits including the use of a common house for visiting guests and a swimming pool located steps away from this house.
This 2-story house has similar first and second-story floor plans that include a large master bedroom, a living area, and a kitchen/dining area, as well as an expansive second-story veranda with a view of the spectacular Golfo Dulce.
The house is fully powered with a solar system and an inverter that allows for conventional 110V appliances. It has propane refrigeration, onsite well water, and furnishings.
The yard includes a variety of ornamental plants and fruit trees. This house, replete with furnishings, is turnkey, titled, and ready to go!
The epic Golfo Dulce that breaks onto the golden sand of Sombrero was pegged by Jacques Cousteau as one of only four tropical fjords on the planet. Golfo Dulce is the tenth deepest gulf in the world and is named for the freshwater inputs from the nine rivers that discharge into it. It is home to two annual migrations of humpback whales and is a spawning ground for whale sharks. It is an active fishery as well, and surfcasting from the beach can result in snapper, jack, mackerel, and a variety of other species. And with a boat, dial yourself in for roosterfish, amberjack, marlin, sailfish, mahi mahi, and wahoo. Because of the shelter from the open Pacific afforded by Sombrero Point, anchored mooring is viable for this destination, so you can have your boat a few hundred feet from the shore and get to and fro by kayak.