Approx 1 acre parcel, elevated for excellent drainage and enjoying the northern ocean breeze. Home has a large master suite on the upper floor with 2 more large bedrooms below. Each bedroom has its own bath and all have a huge custom tile shower. An additional 1/2 bath for guests located in the laundry room. Large modern kitchen with beautiful white cedar cabinetry and a local hardwood island. A 6 burner propane range, dishwasher and huge side by side energy saving refrigerator with ice maker. Spacious living room and laundry room. On demand propane water heaters throughout. Large outdoor deck including an outdoor kitchen/bar area. Approx. 70% of the upper story exterior walls have huge custom cedar windows to take advantage of cool breezes, views and bringing the outdoors into the home. Broad 10′ overhangs allow for open air home even in rainy weather. Grounded galvanized metal roofing insulated against the suns heat.
Wrap around porch with expansive views of the cut and Almirante Bay. Rear work shop with lots of storage. Home is protected by automatic insect misting system providing undisturbed outdoor living. Easy access concrete pathways and treated wooden steps throughout the site.
Beautiful 15’x 20′ – tiled swimming pool with a separate solar pool pump with a 5×8 hot tub all surrounded by large cement patio and decking with views. Home is built to UBC standards with a concrete slab on grade. The septic system is also built to U.S. UBC standards. Three water tanks providing 3750 gallons triple filtered water catchment with 1 hp pressure pump. For every inch of rain the catchment system collects 1800 gals of water. A new 7200 watt 48 volt Outback solar system. An 8 x 10 generator shed with 8 kw Briggs n Stratton propane powered generator and room for garden tools. Four covered greenhouse style raised garden beds and a small chicken/hen house. There are many fruit tress, pineapples, bananas, passion fruit, mango trees, mature coconut palms, avocado trees and papaya.
There is 12′ deep mooring at the palapa and swim dock where there is electricity for sailboat anchoring. SUP board and kayak storage also on the dock. Two covered boat slips. One with a 3,000 lb boat lift and one with a 9000 lb. boat lift. Fresh water storage and a convenient 12 volt fresh water shower system at the dock for rinsing and washing.
Tons of wildlife and sea life. Extensive landscaping and natural beauty.
An 8×14 dock side bodega.
On this same parcel we have a separate private studio style casita, fully self contained with kitchen, laundry, bath/shower and storage area. A 2500 gal filtered water catchment, 1/2 hp pressure pump, demand water heater, UBC standard septic system, covered deck with Sunbrella weather curtains.
This building houses the solar equipment and batteries. The Casita draws rental income.
Also, a brand new separate 2 bedroom 2 1/2 bath home on approximately 1/4 acre. Full modern kitchen with white cedar cabinets, 6 burner range, washer and dryer. 2 large bedrooms, huge deck with views of the calm waters in the cut, decks have Sunbrella weather curtains. A comfy living room, an inside storage area, a 10×12 storage/work shop bodega. New Outback 3600 watt 48volt solar system. A covered boat dock conveniently located down a gentle meandering walkway where you can enjoy your own private white sand beach. U.S. standard septic system. 2500 gal filtered water catchment with 1 hp pressure pump with on demand water heaters. Property is a private setting with room to add on out the back or the front of the building. Perfect spot over looking the cut to install a personal swimming pool.
Lot is surveyed and staked as a separate ROP property.
Currently drawing rental income.
Additionally, we have a separate 1.7 acre surveyed building parcel with beautiful 10 mile views towards isla San Cristobal and Almirante. Features a large/private building site as well a private knoll perfect for an additional studio casita. Easy access thru shallow mangrove to install dock with 10′ to 12′ deep waters in a protected cove perfect for the mooring of sailing vessels. The property is elevated into the cool ocean breezes and groomed as a tropical park with several coconut palms bordering the perimeter. Many hardwoods provide soothing shade.
This entire property is an actual ‘island’ surrounded by tidal waters. $735,000 USD entire property
About the Area:
Panama, officially the Republic of Panama (Spanish: Republica de Panama), is a transcontinental country in Central America and South America, bordered by Costa Rica to the west, Colombia to the southeast, the Caribbean Sea to the north, and the Pacific Ocean to the south. The capital and largest city is Panama City, whose metropolitan area is home to nearly half the country’s 4 million people.
Panama was inhabited by indigenous tribes before Spanish colonists arrived in the 16th century. it broke away from Spain in 1821 and joined the Republic of Gran Colombia, a union of Nueva Granada, Ecuador, and Venezuela. After Gran Colombia dissolved in 1831, Panama and Nueva Granada eventually became the Republic of Colombia. With the backing of the United States, Panama seceded from Colombia in 1903, allowing the construction of the Panama Canal to be completed by the US Army Corps of Engineers between 1904 and 1914. The 1977 Torrijos-Carter Treaties led to the transfer of the Canal from the United States to Panama on December 31, 1999.
Revenue from canal tolls continues to represent a significant portion of Panama’s GDP, although commerce, banking, and tourism are major and growing sectors. it is regarded as a developing country. in 2018 Panama ranked 66th in the world in terms of the Human Development index. in 2018, Panama was ranked seventh-most competitive economy in Latin America, according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness index. Covering around 40 percent of its land area, Panama’s jungles are home to an abundance of tropical plants and animals – some of them found nowhere else on earth. Panama is a founding member of the United Nations and other international organizations such as OAS, LAiA, G77, WHO, and NAM.