For Sale Residential $680,000 - Acreage, House
Boquete Panama (bow-keh-tay) is located in the northern highlands, not far from the border with Costa Rica (and at the opposite end of the country from Panama City and the Panama Canal). At an elevation of 3200′ the climate is much cooler, and less humid, than the coastal areas of the country. Boquete offers unparalled views of the lush surrounding countryside and the now extinct Volcan (Volcano) Baru. The town of Boquete itself is an eclectic mix, somewhere between “charming” and “funky”. As more people bring their dreams and new-found energy for life here, an excitement is mixing with the relaxed feel. There are plenty of adventures and opportunities here, but it’s really a great place to escape the “roar” of your current life. Many expats have found abundant friendships, and social opportunities, in the local shops and restaurants with like-minded souls.
The temperatures in Boquete are near-perfect year round, with the average range from the high 60’s to the high 70’s. The lush greenery is possible from ample rains, but showers often arrive in the late afternoon and clear out rather quickly. The heaviest rains come in the months September through January. All of this water, combined with rich, volcanic soils combine for a gardner’s delight. Coffee, flowers and vegetables grow everywhere! Prospective land buyers should also know that strong winds can come along with the dry season, which help make our skies some of the cleanest and freshest in the world. Boquete is home to the extinct Volcan (volcano) Baru, the highest point in Panama, at nearly 13,700 feet.
In many ways, Boquete’s greatest natural resource is the Panamanian people themselves. They are warm and friendly. Drive by the local schools… Instead of sullen and spoiled MTV teens sulking inside their hooded sweatshirts, you’ll see neatly dressed, cheerful and happy children. Give them a wave and…shock! they smile and wave back!! No one can leave the country without being touched by the true kindness of the Locals. Bring a good attitude, a few words of Spanish, and watch the results. You’ll fall in love with this beautiful place and her people.
Although coffee is still important for the local economy of Boquete, tourism has become the major player in Boquete. Despite tourism being so important, this mountain town has not lost its charm and does not feel very touristy. There are a large number of things to do and see for just about any budget, plenty of accommodation, many excellent restaurants, local guides, and English is widely spoken. All amenities are present locally for your daily convenience.
This gorgeous and sprawling property located near Boquete (approximately 20 km) is at an altitude of approximately 2,500 feet and has a very moderate climate. It boasts gorgeous views of the Pacific coast and Volcano Baru in the other direction. It consists of about 6 acres (5.85 acres/23,678 m2). The 4,090 square foot (380 m2) home consists of 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. It has a guest/maid’s quarters with a separate entrance. It is quality American construction and offers luxury and comfort.
For personal family reasons, the owner is motivated and must sell.
The owner will consider financing, partial payment of bitcoins, or other options.
Asking price for this remarkable property is $680,000 USD.
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