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Cerro San Jacinto, Bay and forest views, Dead end street! (No beach front) | $599,000
Ruby Gonzalez Serrano Agent Photo
Gonzalez Serrano
C. (787) 510-8877
P. (787) 254-3120
Phone Ruby
P.O. Box 1347 Cabo Rojo, PR 00623

Puerto Rico
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Data Source: Statistics Canada
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Sub AreaCerro San Jacinto
CountryPuerto Rico
Property TypeSingle Family
Floor Space2539 Square Feet
Lot Size904.00 m²
Year Built1995
Parking4 Spaces, Open, Parallel
Taxes $2,000
Tax Year2018
MLS® #33709

The 10,000 acres of protected lands and unspoiled beaches offered by this one-of-a-kind privileged sanctuary can only be surpassed by owning your own private island. This exclusive and privileged environment is unlike any other place in the Caribbean or the world. Every one of the beaches that surround this oasis is unspoiled, unbuilt and untainted by commercialism. The house is ONE OF ONLY FORTY GRANDFATHERED homes facing the Caribbean bay and surrounded by the unique ecosystem known as the Guanica Dry Forest. This is not the typical beachfront available to all. This is your own private paradise, a paradise that only a privileged few are able to own. The only sounds that surround you are the songs of birds (this is a bird sanctuary) and the sound of the Caribbean Sea breaking on the reef that surrounds this glorious bay. Only 15 minutes from shopping and services you are a world away from the maddening crowds. This grand, light filled, superb home is the gateway to paradise. Miles of hiking, endless kayaking, swimming, boating and dreaming are right outside your door. A magical private backyard is half shaded by a huge centenary ficus tree while the other half offers a crystal clear in ground pool flooded with light from the Caribbean sun. Guánica covers a large area with a lot of coastline, which, in turn, means many beaches. A short description of the walks you have taken through the forest area and the spectacular beaches of the area. Once in Guánica, we drove east on Route 333 as far as we could (the road becomes dirt and there is a door on the other side of the road) and we parked the car. We walked a little further east, then turned around and retraced along Route 333 (moving the car as needed). I could walk even more east than us, since Route 333 continues along the coast. Although it is not accessible by car, I must mention Gilligan Island, located near the coast of Guánica. The Island of Gilligan, is a small island that is administered by the Department of Natural and Environmental Resources (DNER), which is the Department of Natural Resources of Puerto Rico. The island is part of the Guánica Biosphere Reserve. You can rent kayaks to get there and spend hours on the island snorkeling and exploring. You can also go on a boat that costs approximately $ 10.00 round trip. As you can see, this property, in addition to the property, offers a lifestyle that in very few parts of the world can be obtained between a nature reserve and the privacy of a large residence in an exclusive and private neighborhood. You can click on the GPS coordinates below to see the location on Google Maps ... Aroma Beach: (17.954016, -66.851188) Atolladora Beach, also known as Ballena Bay: (17.956661, -66.854298) Cana Gorda Spa: (17.952694, -66.887203) Cana Gorda Spa, parking: (17.952585, -66.885803) Gilligan Island / Guilligan: (17.941830, -66.874814) Beach Jaboncillo: (17.953957, -66.904726) Tamarindo Beach, Guanica: (17.953233, -66.848460) For more information about Guanica Forest Visit: For best beaches around the property neighborhood visit:

Listed by Lucena Bienes Raices y mas

    Recognized as # 8 Among the Top 250 -2018 NAHREP (National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals) Latino Agents and # 1 in the Southern Region of the United States, in which Puerto Rico belongs, this being her first year in the organization. She has belonged since 2000 to the Mayagüez Board of REALTORS®, occupying several positions within his Board since; Secretary, President of different committees, until occupying the Presidency of the Mayagüez Board, for a period of three terms (2002-03, 2003-04 and 2016). She has been a property delegate and active member of the Board of Directors of the PR Association of REALTORS® and president of several committees in 2010, 2011 and 2015. In 2003, she was honored as distinguished Lady of the town of Cabo Rojo where she lives, receiving Proclamation of the PR Senate. In that same year she entered as a Honorary Member for life in Who's Who Registry. Since 2010 he is part of the Association of Event Coordinators of PR, ASOCOOR. Bilingual and ready to help you find you property.

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