Reserva Conchal: Luxury Living in a Clean, Green Space

Reserva Conchal: Luxury Living in a Clean, Green Space

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Reserva Conchal is one of the finest beachfront resorts in Central America, and they say those who buy property here may find their lives fundamentally transformed.
Oneness with nature is the mantra at this sprawling eco-resort, which boasts 2,300 acres of green and developed space, a world-class golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones II, the Marriott-branded Westin, and W hotels, and the most beautiful beach in Costa Rica.
It’s also home to over a dozen housing developments, each with its style and character, featuring ready-to-build lots, single-family homes, and luxury condominiums. Whether you’re ready to move your family to Costa Rica or you’re looking for a vacation home to generate rental income, Conchal offers an astonishing inventory of sumptuous options.
Sometimes compared to the Four Seasons farther north, Reserva Conchal offers a distinct advantage over Papagayo in that it’s close to towns, grocery stores, reasonably priced restaurants, schools, medical clinics, and banks. Located just south of Brasilito, Conchal is a short drive from all these conveniences, and it’s about an hour from the international airport in Liberia.
Playa Conchal, often called the prettiest beach in the country, has sand made of tiny fragments from white seashells crushed by erosion. It faces a beautiful, warm bay along a striking crescent of coastline surrounded by frog-green foliage.
Reserva Conchal offers a 96-acre wildlife reserve with hiking and biking trails. It has over a dozen restaurants, a first-rate beach club, two luxury spas, fitness centers, and an adventure park with ziplining and horseback riding.
This is the kind of place that gives you few reasons to leave.

New Developments

Below are the latest offerings from Reserva Conchal, launched in 2022.
Solaris: 42 ocean-view condominiums with 4 residential towers, known as Acacia, Caoba, Poró, and Surá, including 8 penthouses, done in a tropical contemporary style. Penthouses are 400 square meters; the other 34 residences are 270 square meters. Each unit will have 3-4 bedrooms and 2 parking spaces, with floor-to-ceiling windows and big balconies. The common area includes a sunset lounge and barbecue area, pool, Jacuzzi, fitness center, and yoga deck. Construction begins in December, with three buildings expected to be completed in 12–16 months, and the fourth building six months later.
Sauco: 17 forest-view lots secluded in pristine natural surroundings. No building time limit, low HOA fees, titled and fee-simple ownership, inside a gated community with 24/7 security. Expected to be ready July/August 2023, starting at $384,000.
Guayacan Real: A view from the heights, with 10 homesites and impressive ocean views. Lots range from 1,334 to 2,715 square meters and start at $915,000.
Punta Sabana: A development parcel billed as an “exotic extension” of Playa Conchal, on a ridge that rises from the ocean to the northwest. Not yet for sale.

Existing Residential Developments

Conchal’s residential communities are all named after Costa Rican flowers. Here’s a brief overview of the existing communities, listed in the order they were built.
Bougainvillea (2002): These 62 condominiums feature a Spanish colonial design, high ceilings, and French doors with big balconies facing the sea and the sunset. Bougainvillea is known for its community, as many families live here full-time.
Melinas (2005): Offers buyers the freedom to design and build private residences on 12 lots.
Malinche (2006): 27 Spanish colonial condominiums on a hilltop with panoramic views of the golf course and ocean. These homes have a common swimming pool and are flanked by six luxury villas with three or four bedrooms, with private Jacuzzis and pools.
Carano (2007): Five towers with six units each and 12 luxury villas, with terraces and balconies, and golf and ocean views.
Jobo (2008): 18 condominium units in a tropical contemporary style, popular for their proximity to the Beach Club.
Llama del Bosque (2010): 41 spacious single-family lots for you to build your dream home.
Cortez Amarillo (2013): Five high-end lots allow you to enjoy the breathtaking view of the sunset and ocean from a state-of-the-art tropical contemporary home.
Roble Sabana (2014): Affordably priced condos of one to three bedrooms with expansive views of the ocean and golf course.
Aroma (2016): Three lots and six townhomes on high ground, yet close to all amenities, with ocean views to Flamingo.
Cocobolo (2020): Five exclusive lots with some of the longest ocean views in all of Reserva Conchal.
W Residences (2020): 14 lots to build W-branded, cantilevered homes, inspired by luxury hotel living and designed by renowned Costa Rican architect Ronald Zurcher.
Ceibo (2021): A new homesite area is designed to push the limits of what it means to live in the core of Reserva Conchal.

Come See for Yourself

Give us a call at Krain Costa Rica and we’ll be happy to arrange a tour of Reserva Conchal. (FYI, you’ll need a guide, a reservation, or a contact inside to get past the security guards.)
You have to see this place to appreciate its size, luxury, and magnificent natural beauty.
If you like, spend a couple of nights at the all-inclusive, 406-room Westin Golf Resort and Spa, or stay at the stylish and irreverent 150-room W Hotel. If you’re considering buying real estate in Costa Rica, take some time to soak this place in.
You won’t be disappointed, and you won’t find it easy to leave. They aren’t just selling houses here, they’re selling a new outlook on life.

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