This large lumbering property is located in Santa Rosa, an area in the back land of Playa Tamarindo. It is constituted of about 3 ha with 20 years old Teak Trees (a Tropical hard wood, durable and water resistant), about 100 Melina Trees used for furniture making and pallets (a fast growing hard wood, drought and fire resistant) and about 88 twenty years old Pochote Trees (a hard wood, very similar to Spanish Cedar and ideal for guitar making).
It is a semi undulating property that is a triangle shape and sits right behind the World’s biggest labyrinth. A path leads to the property. It has a 15 meters deep well, close by electricity access (100 meters away) and drinkable water pipes nearby (70 m away).
We loved this wood exploitation close to any convenience and a short 20 min to the Beach.