Playa Venado, Junquillal, Guanacaste, Titled Beachfront Property
- Land size: 609m2 (6,552 sq. ft)
- 20 meters (66 feet) of linear beach frontage
The newly completed road makes for a smooth 1 hour drive from Liberia International Airport. Playa Junquillal is recognized as a “treasured getaway” by locals and foreigners alike. The long stretch (4km) of salt and pepper sand is great for a beach stroll and the calm surrounding the spectacular sunsets will remind you of a time and place long forgotten by the hustle and bustle of modern society.
Playa Junquillal is divided into two sections, the Main Beach (North) and Playa Venado (South).The area around Junquillal is still largely undeveloped and beaches are tranquil even during high season. There is an abundance of beautiful tide pools within walking distance of the property, which are large enough for bathing and snorkeling. World-class surfing is on your doorstep.
The village of Junquillal is a friendly multi-cultural community, where residents are actively involved in protecting and preserving a clean environment. Junquillal flies the Blue Flag, an ecological award given to clean beaches with pure waters.
Beach front land is far more expensive than comparably sized inland land and holds its value far better as well. Titled beach front is the gold standard of real estate.
95% of the Costa Rica coastline is held in concession (a long-term, renewable lease from the state).
The 5% of titled, fee simple beach front land is both rare and accordingly expensive, with prices in the $100 to $1,000 per square meter range, depending on size, topography and location.
At $650 per square meter, this lot is both fairly priced and its size makes it the most affordable titled beachfront property on the market today.
Detailed construction documents are completed and available for a unique beachfront mansion of approximately 7,000 square feet on 3 levels, maximizing both the property and the oceanfront location’s unobstructed views.
Driving south from central Playa Junquillal, theroad ends at the estuary of the Rio Nandamojo, footsteps from this property. The ancient estuary, mangroves and lagoon behind the beach have remained untouched and are protected for future generations.
Kayaks can be navigated up the calm river to admire the jungle with its flora and fauna. Besides monkeys and birds one might see crocodiles on a river bank.