Tranquil Coffee Paradise: Finca Florencia in Palmichal, San José
San Cristóbal, District 3° Palmichal, Cantón 12° Acosta, Provincia 1° San José, Costa Rica
Price: $1,333,000 USD
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Finca Florencia, nestled in the serene landscape of Palmichal, boasts a total expanse of 15 hectares and 4,130 square meters, divided into three distinct properties. Imagine acres upon acres of verdant fields, gently rolling hills, and a sense of tranquility that permeates the air…

**La Pampa**
Area as per registry: 2 ha 3318.54m2
Location: Piedras Blancas, District 3° Tabarcia, Canton 7° Mora, Province 1° San José.

Area as per registry: 5 ha 1846.18m2
Location: Piedras Blancas, District 3° Tabarcia, Canton 7° Mora, Province 1° San José.

Area as per registry: 7 ha 8966.50m2
Location: San Cristóbal, District 3° Palmichal, Canton 12° Acosta, Province 1° San José.


Nestled in the scenic countryside southeast of San José, just an easy hour and a half drive (if traffic behaves), you’ll find three farms side by side that make up a really cool coffee place. It’s about a mile south of Palmichal de Acosta, a charming little town.

This place is all about coffee. For the past six years, they’ve been growing different kinds of coffee plants here, ones that are really good at making lots of coffee and tasting great too. They picked these types because they do well in the soil and weather here, making sure the coffee beans come out top-notch.

Some of the coffee varieties they’ve got are Catigua MG-2, which makes strong coffee and is tough against bugs and stuff, Paraíso, known for smelling amazing and tasting unique, and Marsellesa, which has its own special flavors. They’ve also got Obatá, which makes really good coffee and doesn’t get sick easily, and some other types called Hybrid H1 and Hybrid H10, which are good all-arounders.

Besides the coffee fields, there are some nice buildings here. There’s a cozy vacation house where you can chill out and enjoy the scenery, and there’s also a place where the caretaker lives to take care of everything.

Whether you’re into learning about coffee, relaxing in nature, or just love the smell of fresh coffee in the air, this place has something special for everyone. It’s like a little coffee paradise where you can escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and just enjoy the simple pleasures of nature and a good cup of joe. Welcome to coffee heaven!


Key Features:

  1. Location: Situated southeast of San José and close to the center of Palmichal de Acosta, providing convenient access to urban amenities while offering a tranquil rural setting.
  2. Coffee Plantation: The entire farm is dedicated to coffee cultivation, with improved varieties known for high productivity. The fact that all coffee plants have been newly planted within the last six years indicates a relatively young and potentially highly productive crop.
  3. Variety of Coffee: The farm hosts several varieties of coffee plants, including Catigua MG-2, Paraíso, Marsellesa, Obatá, Hybrid H1, and Hybrid H10. This diversity may offer resilience against pests, diseases, and market fluctuations, as well as catering to various flavor profiles.
  4. Farm Facilities: The presence of a vacation house and a caretaker’s residence adds value to the property, making it suitable for both agricultural and residential purposes. This setup could attract buyers interested in both agricultural investment and lifestyle properties.
  5. Land Area: The total land area of approximately 15 hectares and 4,130 square meters is sizable and offers potential for further expansion or diversification of agricultural activities.
  6. Subdivision: Divided into three properties named La Pampa, Álvaro, and Florencia, each with its own distinct area and location within the region. This subdivision allows for flexibility in management, leasing, or potential resale options.
  7. Price: The listed price of $1,333,000 reflects the value of the property considering its location, land area, coffee cultivation, and amenities. It may attract buyers seeking investment opportunities in the agriculture sector or those interested in owning a rural retreat.
  8. Proximity to Urban Centers: While offering a rural lifestyle, the farm’s proximity to San José and Palmichal de Acosta provides access to urban amenities, markets, transportation, and potential customers for coffee products or agritourism ventures.
  9. Potential for Sustainable Practices: With a focus on coffee cultivation, there may be opportunities to implement sustainable farming practices, such as organic production methods, agroforestry, or eco-tourism initiatives, appealing to environmentally-conscious buyers or investors.


San José, Costa Rica

Nestled amidst the picturesque landscapes of San José Province are its famed coffee farms, which contribute to the region’s rich cultural tapestry and agricultural heritage. These sprawling plantations, adorned with rows of coffee plants, paint the hillsides with shades of green, offering a glimpse into Costa Rica’s renowned coffee culture.

The aroma of freshly brewed coffee wafts through the air, enticing visitors to delve deeper into the world of coffee production. Here, amidst the lush foliage, travelers can witness the meticulous process of coffee cultivation, from planting and harvesting to roasting and packaging. Guided tours of the coffee farms provide a fascinating insight into the intricacies of coffee production, allowing visitors to learn about the different varieties of coffee beans and the techniques employed by local farmers.

Beyond the educational aspect, coffee farms in San José Province offer immersive experiences that engage all the senses. Visitors can indulge in coffee tastings, savoring the complex flavors and aromas of Costa Rican coffee, renowned for its smoothness and richness. Some farms even offer hands-on workshops where guests can try their hand at roasting their own beans, gaining a deeper appreciation for the craft of coffee making.

Moreover, these coffee farms serve as hubs of community and sustainability, supporting local economies and promoting eco-friendly practices. Many farms prioritize organic farming methods and environmental conservation, striving to preserve the natural beauty of the land for generations to come.

For travelers seeking a deeper connection with the land and its people, a visit to the coffee farms of San José Province offers a truly enriching experience. It’s a chance to not only savor the world-class coffee produced in Costa Rica but also to immerse oneself in the traditions, culture, and warm hospitality of the region. In the embrace of the rolling hills and verdant valleys, amidst the aroma of freshly brewed coffee, visitors can forge lasting memories and discover the soul of San José’s coffee country.



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