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Exotic fruit farm for permaculture in Costa Rica for rent

 
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Exotic Fruit Farm for rent

Are you into living independently and with very little luxury?

Do you want to give it a shot and see if it works out without investing too much?

Then I have the perfect offer for you.

I offer a 9 hectares (22.2 acres) farm with a lot of producing fruit trees and forest around in a remote area.

There are two springs on the property and there‘s a rustic ranch (which can be improved by you).
There‘s loads of 7-years-old bamboo guadua – the right one for construction works.
All the farm has been managed organically during the last 12 years.

Fruit trees on the property:

21 Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus) – about 8 producing
50 Borojó (Alibertia patinoi) – about 20 producing
260 Cacao trees – about 65 old trees producing
30 Biribá Anonas (Rollinia deliciosa) - producing
2 Nuez pilí (Canarium ovatum)
6 Lansio (Lansium)
4 Marang (Artocarpus odoratissimus) at least 2 producing
100 vanilla plants
6 Canela (Cinnamomum verum)
7 Abiu (Pouteria caimito) at least 3 producing
17 Salak (Salacca zalacca) at least 5 producing
7 Safu (Dacryodes edulis) at least 3 producing
10 Caimito (Chrysophyllum cainito)
4 Mango intensivo (n.a.)at least 2 producing
12 Durian (Durio)
3 Cacao Macambo (Theobroma bicolor) – one producing
4 Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana)
4 Mamey (Mammea americana)
25 Pejibaye (Bactris gasipaes) at least 2 producing – all suitable for palm heart
3 Akee (Blighia sapida)
6 Chempedak (Artocarpus integer) one producing
4 Zapote (n.a.) at least one producing
Others: Olosapo, Níspero, Noni, Tamarindo, Olivo de Ceylan, Longan, uva de árbol etc.
Bananas so that you and your friends can eat almost every day.

You see, there’s a lot of potential for you: sell the fruit, seeds and the bamboo.
You can even try and live self sufficient. If you plant additional crops like camote, yuca, tiquisque or maíz that should be possible.

Conditions:
- You need to keep on working organically.
- Minimum rent is 2 years.
- monthly rent is 450 US$
- A two to three days training is included, so that you get to know the fruit trees and the pest control techniques. And I’ll show you all my tricks, including how to work with a machete and how to plant trees correctly and much more.
- No “overharvesting” of trees or bamboo.
- We would get an official contract from a costarican lawyer for our both safety.

Farm is located in the north of Costa Rica between Bijagua and Canalete with nice views of the Nicaragua lake. Rio Celeste (the bluish river on one pic) is nearby.

Please contact via board message or call (Costa Rica) eight 3 eight nain 3 * 27 aight




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Currently I can't attend phone calls - but board message is fine.

Property is still for rent.
 
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What will the purchase price be?  Is there any possibility of 1 week vacation rentals?  2 years is a long time to see if one feels a fit to the property.
 
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I am interested in renting here from July '18 - Oct' 18, but probably longer. We (my friend and i) are going to be in the area in late July - early August. Please reach out to me here or at Nicholas.u@att.net | 9723228997.
 
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Hi Greg Martin,

thanks for your reply.
I'm not selling, sorry.

Sure, we can arrange a stay for a week or a bit longer.
Just let me know how to get in touch with you.

Hi Nic, I'm going to send you an e-mail.

Cheers!
 
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Greetings,
My name is Havana, I would like to come out an visit an rent as soon a possible so let me know when you are open to having visitors.
hope you are well an thriving.
fill free to contact me at havana25coleman@gmail.com
an keep me up dated.
 
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Hi! Is this still available? I have some questions i would love to ask:)
 
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Hi there, my love and I are super interested in renting this property... he will be in Costa Rica in October and could look at it for us. I’ll be there in December. Please contact me at brianacampo@gmail.com so we can talk details and set up a time to look at it. Please let me know either way if it’s available or not. Thank you so much. Briana
 
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Hi!
I am very interested in renting your tropical fruit farm for the month of December 2019 and possibly longer.

Please email me if you are still inquiring for someone to rent your farm. I have previous fruit and vegetable farm experience and can provide references.
 
My email: story.gourley@gmail.com
 
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My wife and I are very interested in leasing and running your farm.we both have organic farming. experience.we would love to help.
 
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