Ready for a turnkey custom home on a private road near hot surf, loads of wildlife and a vibrant local community in Costa Rica’s fabled Osa Peninsula? On the northern boundary of Boulder de Osa Residential Subdivision (Lot 12) bounds the maritime zone and has a home already built and turnkey ready for vacation rentals or new owners (that means YOU!) to take occupancy. House construction is reinforced concrete block with tropical hardwood eaves, ceiling and accents, open-air style with three bedrooms and two baths. It is all solar and has water from its own private well. With fifteen years of ownership the gardens are immaculately groomed with spongy lawn and lots of ornamentals with secondary trees advancing in height. The lot measures 2640 square meters in size and has 70 meters of Boulder’s internal road front and is just 200 meters away from the swaying palms, warm sands of the gentle Golfo Dulce and the raucous calls of the scarlet macaw macking out on almonds along its shoreline. This turnkey home and lot has a discounted asking of $220K and a motivated seller. Looking for a real deal? Package Lots 12 and 4 and make me an offer, as they have the same owner. Remember that Boulder de Osa is a condo-style subdivision and ownership is through corporate shares prorated according to lot size of the entire subdivision and not title of the actual lot. Security, maintenance, and facility and lot administration are all included for modest HOA dues to cover taxes and basic costs. For a video overview of the entire Boulder project, please see the video link that is provided to the right of this description. Read our old description for more juice: This turnkey vacation rental home is located in the tropical rainforests of the OSA Peninsula which is surrounded on one side by the pristine Golfo Dulce [Sweet Gulf] and on the other side by the glorious expansive Pacific Ocean. The house is only 3 miles from Cabo Matapalo which is known for excellent surfing, yet good surfing is as close as 1/2 mile away. This area of Costa Rica remains one of the most unspoiled and biodiverse places, not just in this friendly country, but in the world. Home to Corcovado National Park and more, this ecosystem supports wildlife that includes four species of monkeys, flocks of scarlet macaws, toucans, sloths, iguanas, anteaters, butterflies, exotic insects, endless flora, and countless birds. The nearby gulf is a route for whales and dolphins. Sport fishing is a popular draw as well as availability to fish local shores and river systems. There are many options for adventure, exploration and peaceful serenity in this unique, remote jungle paradise.