Puerto Armuelles-off-the-grid
Beachside Villa

VILLA REID offered for sale with clear title for $118,500

Construction on these three villas started in 2008.  

VILLA REID, has 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 3 patios. All the rooms are finished with tiled floors.

The Villa is self contained with its own 20 panel solar array and its own well. So it is off the grid. However, we have an easement and connection to municipal power and water is available.

Basically, the villa is unfurnished save for a bed and some downstairs furniture. It is ready to be occupied and has a certificate of occupancy from the Panamanian government.

Villa REID is on the Eastern edge of the SAN IGNACIO village compound.

The picture below shows the avenue with the  DELL and  THOMSON villas.

Access to the beach is through the main gate and should take less than 5 minutes. There are many Canadian and American neighbours on the road to the beach.

The price is $118,500. Please contact the neighbours David Dell for more information at:

thedells90@hotmail.com

Puerto Armuelles has a population of approximately 25,000 and is the second largest city in Chiriqui after David City.

Temperatures range from a daytime high of 92F to an overnight low of 72F.

It was home to the United Fruit Company's Chiquita Banana division until 2008.

The Fruit Company's headquarters were in the historic Blair house and the guests over the years included every then president of Panama and Central America as well as Hollywood stars John Wayne, William Holden and Pat O'Reilly.

The town has several supermarkets; ROMERO is open 24 hours a day. There is one credit Union and One bank (Bank of Panama) and Banistmo has an ATM in the central part of town.

The hospital has a 24 hour emergency department.

There is a thriving ESR (English Speaking Resident) community and they operate a neighbourhood watch system called Vecinos Vigilantes.

Your neighbours: There are many Canadians and Americans living in your area -and many more are coming all the time. The ESR's (English Speaking Residents) are known to be "party people."  Almost every weekend someone is throwing a party and firing up their barbecue.

There is a new Hotel called "Heavenly's" and is run by an American.  It features a swimming pool, bar and a great restaurant.

30 minutes drive south of Puerto is the fishing resort "Hooked on Panama" Here you can hire a professional crew and boat and go big game fishing.

There are government plans to build a deepwater port for cruise ships and as part of the "Dry Canal" between Puerto and Chiriqui Grande. Part of this project is the new 4 lane highway  between Puerto and Paso Canoas which is nearing completion.