Montag, 22. Oktober 2012

Paradies zu verkaufen - Eingebettet zwischen zwei Vulkanen, die Lodge öffnet die Tür zu dem beeindruckenden Rio Celeste (Blue River) und den Spuren de - Pazifik Mitte, Costa Rica

Paradies zu verkaufen - Eingebettet zwischen zwei Vulkanen, die Lodge öffnet die Tür zu dem beeindruckenden Rio Celeste (Blue River) und den Spuren de

Immobilie: Paradies zu verkaufen - Eingebettet zwischen zwei Vulkanen, die Lodge öffnet die Tür zu dem beeindruckenden Rio Celeste (Blue River) und den Spuren de - Pazifik Mitte, Costa Rica

Immobilienangebot Nr:1773
Standort:Costa Rica, Pazifik Mitte, Guanacaste, Bijagua - Rio Celeste
Preis:US $ 2000000
Grösse:70000
Konstruktionsgrösse:1200
Einkaufen:5
Strasse:0.1
Schulen:5
Jahr:2007
Zimmer:30
Schlafzimmer:23
Bäder:21
Parkplätze:20
Sicht:beautiful mountain view
Extras:Fully furnished
Beschreibung:

THE LODGE’ SITUATION
Nestled in between 2 volcanoes, the Lodge opens the door to the awe-inspiring Rio Celeste (blue river) and the trails of the Volcan Tenorio National Park, the new growing product on the tourism scene in Costa Rica (only 5 km from the Lodge by the newly opened access way Bijagua/Celeste Mountain Lodge/National Park in july 2011see details below). The area is part of the Biological Corridor Tenorio-Miravalles. There was a planned intention to be a pioneer in the region.
The Lodge is very strategically located in a beautiful region, just emerging in tourism, that is surrounded by spots of high frequentation:
by road
Volcan Arenal  120 minutes (most visited spot in C.R.)
Refuge Caño Negro  100 mn
National Park Palo Verde  90 mn
Volcano Miravalles  90 mn
National Park Rincon de la Vieja 120 mn
Pacific ocean beaches –nearest- 120 mn
At 35 kms from the Interamerican Hwy (major road in the country)
At only 1 hour 20 mn from Liberia international airport (regular & charter flights from USA, Canada, Europe)
The Lodge is an ideal base to explore this region of great beauty, of exuberant nature and of pleasant inhabitants in this authentic Costa Rica that offers numerous discoveries and activities (hiking, nature, bird watching, floating or rafting, horseback riding, hot springs etc.)
THE PROPERTY
The Lodge is situated on a 7 hectares (17.3 acres) property, split in 2 equal parts:
An open area of 2 hectares with the buildings and gardens + reforested area of 1 hectare
Primary protected transitional rain-to-cloud forest of 4 hectares adjacent to the National park Volcan Tenorio.
The neighboring properties also being protected, the Lodge is surrounded on 3 sides by a dense jungle forever preserved.
Wildlife abounds there such as the howler or the white-faced monkeys and other mammals, tapirs and traces of felines often appear on the grounds, excellent bird watching as already identified by experts in ornithology.
The views from the Lodge are extraordinary, with the Montezuma (3rd hump of the dormant Tenorio Volcano) as an arrogant green wall facing the property that sometimes disappears mysteriously in the mist. On the west side, the 5 peaks of the dormant Miravalles Volcano close the horizon as a dramatic theatre curtain. Below lays the peaceful rural village of Bijagua.
The heights of the Lodge, 800 Mt - 2,500 Ft, offer a constant spring like weather with temperatures oscillating from 18 degrees C (65 F) to 30ºC (90 F), always caressed by a gentle breeze. The region is humid, with average annual precipitations of 4000 mm – 13 Ft, the “summer” months being from mid-January to April, July and August, then October.
THE STYLE
The Lodge was built in harmony with the surroundings in an innovative contemporary minimalist style under the appellation of “tropical architecture”, which opens spaces and abolishes walls, linking directly the different areas of the Lodge and inviting nature inside the building.
The Lodge was built under bioclimatic standards with the goal to adapt to local conditions and under our philosophy of Responsible & Ecological Tourism, boasting comfortable and functional lodging.
It is composed of a steel skeleton with natural teak wood and boards covering.
The materials used bring at the same time a rustic and modern touch; details blend simplicity and refinement, and this all the way to your dinner plate.
This style of architecture in lodging is not found in Costa Rica, being actually
kind of new, different, “avant-guard”. The clients appreciate it very much so.
It helps with Marketing in a very strong way! Lots of visitors choose us for this reason.

THE LODGE  1200 m2 – 12,912 Ft2
EAST AISLE
Superior level
Entrance Porch (steps and handicapped access ramp, By-law)
Front desk / souvenir store
Restaurant
Bar
Open kitchen to the restaurant
Bathrooms of which 1 with access for the handicapped
Terrace
Small lounge area
Lower level
Receiving area / general use / refuse – recycling area
Laundry / ironing
Employees’ bathrooms with shower
2 bedrooms for guides and chauffeurs ( 2 single beds each, 1 shower + 1 toilet shared in hallway)
Storage linen + general
Reading / living area open onto interior patio and « hot tub »
INTERIOR PATIO
70 m2 – 753 Ft2 area with tropical plants and a view, boasting the « eco-Hot tub » (capacity 8/10 persons). Buffer zone between public and functional areas of the Lodge from the room aisle.
Recirculation pump of ½ HP for the hot tub
Furnace - home-made- for heating the hot tub
Rain water reservoir 2 M3 for the hot tub
WEST AISLE
Superior level
9 rooms of 27m2 – 291 Ft2 of which 1 for handicapped 30M2 – 323 Ft2 and 1 « superior » type of 30M2 – 323 Ft2, all with hot shower, toilet, washbasin, cloth hanger, design lamps and decoration, view onto rain forest and volcanoes
A 4 m2 – 45 Ft2 storage for room cleaning
Lower level
9 rooms of 27m2 – 291 Ft2 of which 1 for handicapped 30M2 – 323 Ft2 and 1 « superior » type of 30M2 – 323 Ft2, all with hot shower, toilet, washbasin, cloth hanger, design lamps and decoration, view onto rain forest and volcanoes
A 4 m2 – 45 Ft2 storage for room cleaning
MAINTENANCE AND GARDENING SHED  20 M2 – 215 Ft2
Tubular structure, metal roofing and walls
Assorted tools including 1 welding, 1 pressure washer, 1 brush-cutter, 1 chainsaw, 1 lawnmower, ladders, scaffolding
Pump system for the Lodge (2 pumps of 1HP each + constant pressure tank)
Below, our freshwater reservoir of 24,000 liters – 24 m3 – 6,340 Gl
Attached 15 M2 garage/storage
THE OWNER’S « CASITA »  57 M2 – 613 Ft2
Ground level 25 M2
Hallway and storage
2 bedrooms of 9 M2 (1 King-size bed, bunk beds)
Helicoïdal staircase
Upper level 32 M2
Bathroom with washbasin, toilet and hot shower with jungle view
Living room with extraordinary view through 6.80 meters (20Ft) of bay window, kitchen corner with sink and ¼ M3 fridge)
THE MANAGER HOUSE  130 M2 – 1400 Ft2
One level
Living / dining room / kitchen corner with large bay window and view
3 bedrooms
Bathroom with toilet and hot shower
Laundry area
Terrace
Garage area for 2 cars under the building
BIOCLIMATIC DRYER  28 M2 – 300 Ft2
Metallic tubular construction, fibrocement flooring and polycarbonate roofing and walls
PARKING
Ample for 20 + cars, minibuses
PUBLIC SERVICES
ELECTRICITY
Public grid, end of a 4 km line built for the Lodge, arriving at the property in 19,000 volts
Private extension 150 meters (3 poles + transformer 50 KVA property & responsibility of the hotel)
Reliability : excellent, rare blackouts, normally fixed rapidly by I.C.E
WATER
Village supply line from a spring at 3 km up in the mountains of the National Park ; first reservoir in property adjacent to the Lodge.
The Lodge is the first user on the line
Water is pure and lightly treated (chlorination plant)
Reliability: flux > excellent - quality > very good / regular analysis done by the local Water Dept.
COMMUNICATIONS
TELEPHONE
No land line arrives at the Lodge
Excellent cellular network, 3G technology
NTERNET
Internet access only by 3G technology and a “Data-Card”
GARBAGE RECOLLECTION
No garbage recollection at the Lodge: we must take our waste to the main road where we have our own bin (1 recollection a week)
In the same manner we take our recycled material to the Upala technical College
THE VILLAGE
The village of Bijagua has approximately 2,000 inhabitants and 3,000 more in the surrounding hamlets. Located on a good paved road (redone 2008) which links the Interamerican Hwy (turn-off 5 km west of Cañas) and the northern town of Upala.
The region essentially lives of agriculture and cattle raising on small properties. Horses are almost as common transportation as cars. There is no delinquency, it is very peaceful.
This is a humble region in need of alternative economic activities; therefore their hopes also lay in tourism.
In Bijagua, there is a small Public Health clinic, a pharmacy, a dentist, a police station, churches, primary and secondary school and basic consumer businesses (building
materials, 2 large superettes, butchers and bakeries, mechanics, Internet cafes, simple restaurants (called “sodas”, a pizzeria).
There is a branch of Banco Nacional with cashiers and ATM machine.
No gas station (closest in Upala 26 km – 16 miles or Cañas 40 kms – 25 miles)
Bijagua has its « Associación de desarrollo » with a board elected amongst the citizens, which manages several of its projects and its own budget, working in conjunction and under the Municipality of Upala.
In Upala are found most government representations such as Ministry of Health, Labor, Social Security.
In Cañas (40 kms south), a more sizeable town, can be found more businesses, banks etc..
Nearest hospitals: Upala 26 kms – 16 miles
Cañas 40 kms – 25 miles
Once a month or so, one makes the trip to San Jose to get specialty supplies not found in Bijagua, to attend some meetings or run errands, just as all hoteliers in the country do.


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