The 1463 sq. ft. house has 3 BRs, 2 bathrooms, area available for future in-law or maid’s quarters. This beautiful custom home was designed to take advantage of the breathtaking views. Located high upon the hill on the island of San Cristobal, you can watch the boats travel in and out of Bocas del Toro, just minutes away.
OFF THE GRID LIVING?
Perhaps the biggest feature of this island home is that it can provide "Off the Grid" living. Water and power are totally independent. The 6 acres of vibrant tropical land could provide food for a small community. And as any snorkeler will testify; the waters of this area just teem with fish.
This 6-acre property is beautifully landscaped and has more than 64 different fruit and vegetable plants. In the land of perpetual summer, there is always something ripe and ready.
Titling of this property is in progress. Rest assured that you are buying land that's fully researched & documented.
The decks and house are made of local hardwood called "Nispero"
The house could easily be converted into an income producing B&B, and there is plenty of room in the property to make extra cabins.
INTERNET: Installed Mobil Net for our internet and it works well.
WATER: Rain water is collected into 3 large tanks of 2500 lts. each.
POWER: There are 5 solar panels and 12 batteries and they are recently installed.
No stores or restaurants on the island but we are only 10 min. boat ride to the town of Bocas. The Island has about 329 Hect. and most of the properties are of 5 Ac. each or more. Title is in the application process under the name of of TLC San Cristobal Corp so who ever buys it can continue with the title, if they want.
This home is partly furnished and includes a 22' panga with an 85 HP Yamaha and a golf cart to carry you to the house.
Sonia: cell 6476-2299
US MagicJack # 770-666-3250
Price: $350,000 USD.
Bocas del Toro or Bocas Town is the capital of the Panamanian province of Bocas del Toro and the district of Bocas del Toro. It is a town and a tourist resort located on the southern tip of Colon Island in the Bocas del Toro Archipelago in the Caribbean Sea. Bocas Town had 12,996 residents in 2008.
Admiral Christopher Columbus entered the Bocas del Toro
archipelago via Almirante Bay on October 6, 1502 on his last trip to the
Bocas del Toro possesses a rich and diverse ethnic mix which is reflected in its traditions, food and the indigenous people.
There are various stories as to how the archipelago and province got its name. One story credits Christopher Columbus with the naming and another credits a chief of the region. Either way - the archipelago and province are beautiful, full of nature and interesting people.
The province of Bocas del Toro includes two national parks, a variety of beaches, islands, lakes and rivers, one archipelago, and several banana towns.
Bocas del Toro, Panama includes an archipelago of 68 islands which are excellent for beach combing, fishing, snorkeling and surfing.
Colon Island, is the centre of nightlife for the province as many great restaurants and bars afford a wide diversity of food styles.
CLIMATE: Bocas del Toro features a tropical rain forest climate. The area does not have a predictable dry season. The driest months are October, January, and March. During the course of the year Bocas del Toro sees a copious amount of precipitation. Bocas del Toro averages 3,458 mm (136.1 in.) of rain per year. Temperatures are consistent all year (Hi: 83-90, low: 71-75). Sunrise is normally around 6 AM, and sunset is around 6 PM local time. These times vary only slightly during the year.