Windows, light and mountain views create the landscape both inside and outside of this lovely 3BR/2BA home. Designed from Feng Shui principles, the home inspires with ached entrances and windows, high wooden ceilings, and peaceful coloring throughout.
This is a fantastic house in a wonderful neighborhood of expats and ticos who enjoy living in the mountains that make up the Central Valley of Costa Rica. Less than an hour in one direction to the International airport, and less than an hour in the other to the closest beaches on the Pacific Coast - this is a prime spot for families who want to get out of the main city areas but be close to its amenities (healthcare, entertainment, shopping, etc). San Ramon is a smaller city in the moutains where it is cooler (no need for a/c or heat), the air is clean, and life if about the pura vida, not the hustle and the bustle. But with several private high-end medical centers, a large public hospital, 3 large grocery stores and several Mercados; 2 Universities, several private and public bilingual schools, and the most organized expat community/volunteer group in the country, you really don't need to head into the big city at all!
Built according to feng shui principles, the flow of the home and the views from inside and out are spectacular. Arches create peaceful transitions between the rooms and the outdoors, and the high wooden ceilings in the main room add to the charm. The kitchen is quite big and has a large pantry, plenty of counter space, and custom made cupboards. If you like to cook and entertain, this space will not disappoint! The kitchen opens onto the living room and dining area, complete with an arched picture window to look out over the mountains, and patio door to the outside. The master BR also has doors to the outside, and overlooks the mountains. The master has an ensuite bathroom and wall to wall built in closet.
Beautiful gardens, attention to detail and sweeping mountain vistas, make this home tranquil and inviting. Enjoy the outdoors from one of the many sitting areas - one just off the kitchen, a little bench in the garden off the master, or from the large covered terrace off the end of the home. A large oversized garage could be easily converted into a full workspace, or even an additional bedroom if you are a larger family looking for 4th bedroom (rare here!)
- Covered Rancho
- Irrigated yard and gardens
- Back up water tanks
- 7 minutes to San Ramon on a newly paved road
- Feng Shui principles