This incredible new custom home with Pacific Ocean views is close to town, yet sits in the middle of a rain forest!

The open floor plan allows you to entertain while you prepare food on the huge island in the middle of the magnificent kitchen and still visit with your guests as they relax in the living room.

With living room windows that soar to over 20 feet, you have the sensation of being outside from within the home.  Glass sliding doors expand the width of the main area, looking out to the back covered patio and beyond to the incredible Costa Rican landscape near and far.  The rear glass doors are made to fold into each other, allowing the fresh mountain air to bring the freshness in and the nature lover in all of us out.

Bringing a chef’s delight, the kitchen includes custom cedar cabinets with pull outs and granite countertops. High-end appliances, including a dishwasher, refrigerator with ice maker, state-of-the art gas stove, and large capacity stackable washer and dryer set, are all included in the home.

An energy-saving, large capacity solar hot water unit will help you take advantage of the sunshine while keeping your electric bill low, right in step with the efforts of Costa Rica to be a carbon friendly place.

Above the garage is a 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment, complete with a kitchen. With a separate entrance suitable for guests, the breathtaking views of the rain forest all the way out to the Pacific Ocean can be enjoyed from the apartment’s private patio. Attached to the apartment, you will also find a separate workout room to keep you in shape as you start your new Costa Rican adventure.

San Ramon is perfectly located right off of the Pan-American Highway, just 45 minutes from the San Jose airport and the Pacific Ocean. Offering an amazing climate that typically stays between 70-80 degrees year round, there is no need for heating or air conditioning.

The town of San Ramon itself includes shopping, restaurants, private medical clinics, and the national caja hospital, It is also home to the University of Costa Rica extension, which has students from around the world, which gives the town an energy that is contagious.

San Ramon is also known for its well-organized expat groups that are very active in volunteer work, music and theater, luncheons, and a myriad of other activities and hobbies for all to participate in.