Listing Number: 60001-10231
TOTAL AREA: 140.62 MTS2
SPANISH CLAYS ROOF
2,368.30 MTS2 OF LAND
MODULAR KITCHEN CABINETS
VERTICAL SLIDE PANORAMIC WINDO
GYPSUM BOARD CEILING
This spacious and beautifully home presented two bedrooms, with two bathrooms, living room, dinning room, large kitchen, laundry room, terrace and storage area are built in a save and quiet location at the southeastern foot of Mount Jefe. They are built and planned according with the lot topography and according to the panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean or surrounding mountains, which can be appreciated from the attractive terrace which make ideal entertaining space. Los Altos de Cerro Azul is located just thirty minutes from Panama's Tocumen International Airport and less than an hour from downtown Panama City along the Corredor Sur toll road. It is situated on over 20,000 acres of old growth tropical rainforest. On a clear day in Los Altos de Cerro Azul you can view both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The project is built at 2,500 to 2,700 feet above sea level with temperatures that range between 70 degrees and 80 degrees during the day and coolly comfortable at night. Altos de Cerro Azul is a gated community with 24-hour controled access, a country club with pool, tennis courts, beautiful tropical flowers and an excellent restaurant. In the surrounding forests you will find exotic birds and wildlife unique to Panama, as well as, a well-developed network of hiking trails that will take you through one of the oldest cloud forests in the Western Hemisphere. In the cloud forest you will see palm trees that can be seen only in a very few places in the world and they are spectacular. Much of Cerro Azul is within the Chagres National Park, a 300,000 acre protected national reserve. It is not uncommon to see howler monkeys, flocks of parrots, toucans, raccoons, sloth's, red and gray squirrels, and white tailed deer.
U.S. & Canada 800-999-1020 x566
International 877-777-2762 x566
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