The current owner runs a profitable side-business providing group camping on the property and tours of the Bayano Caves. With the sale, the business will close, but the owner is open to the possibility of continuing if the new owner and he agree. For a non-resident owner, this means a responsible party is seeing to the security and care of the property. For a new owner interested in promoting a commercial project, this can be an ideal introduction to potential clients.
The property includes two fully-functional homes, an additional simple home for a ranch hand, a “rancho” for livestock, plus other small structures (bohios, boat storage, additional bathrooms on the lake for visitors, etc.)
Islands in the Lake across from the property provide protection from the choppy water and strong winds of the main lake basin, but still provide easy access to the main lake by boat. This is the origin of the name, Aguas Mansas (Calm Waters). Perfect for boating and water-skiing for all ages, and only a short boat trip through the islands to the main lake.
All water sports are feasible and sport fishing is available about 40 minutes away on the Rio Bayano.
The Lake is stocked with tilapia, a delicious food fish. You will never go hungry at the Lake.
The property is a simple boat ride from the popular Bayano Caves, a natural wonder that is attracting growing numbers of residents and tourists.
Low cost. Asking price is $3.70 a square meter, $3.6M for the total property. This is a 20% reduction from the original asking price and compares to oceanfront four or more hours from the city where prices run from $800 to $1200 a square meter.
The property is represented by Panama Wave S.A. The President and CEO of Panama Wave, Bob Adams, discusses some important details at their site. If you like, you can download a copy here.