Playa Negra is among the top surf breaks in Costa Rica, alluring surfers from around the world to this quiet, serene corner of the country's northwestern province. A new water supply line, connecting to one of the region's best aquifers, has removed one of this community's largest obstacles for growth.
Playa Negra is poised for development and with most parcels priced well above $20/m2, this land - at just under <$15/m2 - is an exceptional value for anyone looking for land with commercial potential in Costa Rica.
Measuring just over five acres, this parcel is strategically located along the primary road into Playa Negra - and it has an amazing 975 feet of road frontage, which is critical for subdividing plots in Costa Rica. It is currently covered in harvestable teak that will provide value to any developer using the wood for construction.
Aside from close proximity to some of the world's best surf - not only Playa Negra, but Playa Avellanas and Playa Tamarindo are both short drives away - the parcel is only a 1.5-hour drive from the Liberia International airport and some of Costa Rica's largest tourism hotspots, providing easy access both for arrivals and for amenities.
The land is suitable for developing a boutique hotel, cabins, a restaurant or even a small residential project. The road along which it rests connects two major highways and larger coastal communities - so it is heavily travelled by a large volume of traffic.
There are few Playa Negra land parcels that are so perfect for developing a business in Costa Rica. Similar parcels in the area range in price from $20/m2 up, so this is a tract that is priced to sell.