Cartago Homes For Sale
While it is the smallest province in Costa Rica, Cartago province more than makes up for its small stature in culture, tradition and natural beauty.
Bounded by Limon on its eastern border and San Jose along its western flank, Cartago's locale in the Central Highlands has some truly spectacular scenery which features active volcanoes, sweeping valleys, and lush montane forests.
It is also in this region where the first Spanish settlement was built in Costa Rica. Chosen for its rich volcanic soils, Cartago was, and remains an agricultural epicenter for the area. Years later, many of its Spanish roots are still visible today, from majestic churches to marvels in colonial architecture.
If you long to live in a province rich in history and culture, look no further than Cartago, Costa Rica real estate. Learn more about Cartago.
Cartago, Costa Rica Real Estate
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Cartago Real Estate
If you're in the market for affordable real estate in Costa Rica, the Cartago real estate market has a lot of options available. Since two-thirds of the province's residents live in the city, there's a lot of vacant land available for sale in its more rural areas. Properties nestled in the foothills offer some of the best views in the country, and make fantastic vacation homes. The higher elevation of Cartago province also means cooler temperatures year round.
Cartago real estate options include single-family homes, private villas, condos and vacant lots. Since San Jose is just a drive away, traveling in and out of Costa Rica is quick and easy for part-time residents.
Amenities Near Cartago, Costa Rica
The capital city of Cartago offers laid back urban living with the atmosphere of a small town despite its large size. The city offers all the luxuries found in a big city like San Jose, but with less fuss. It is also a center for technology and tourism. Cartago is also where you'll find attractions like the Basílica de Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles, the "Ruins of Santiago Apostle Church" and the prestigious Costa Rica Institute of Technology,
Another must see is the Lankester Botanical Garden. The collection features over 3,000 plant species including 1,400 orchid species, and different rare plants from around the world. It is truly a feast for the eyes.
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