El Chapernal , FOR SALE


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El Chapernal , FOR SALE

  1. 1. HaciendaEl Chapernal
  2. 2. Table of ContentsInvestment Proposal- Terms of Sale & Offering ProcessThe Property- Location Maps- Property PhotographsLocation and the Region’s Characteristics- Location- Climate- Attractions & AttributesMarket Overview- Costa Rica Overview
  3. 3. Investment Proposal Terms of Sale & Offering ProcessNAI Costa Rica is retained by the Owner as the exclusive advisor to arrange for the sale of its feesimple interest in Hacienda El Chapernal to qualified buyers for $7,830,000 ($1 per square meter).The mayor components of the offering are summarized below.The OfferingHacienda El Chapernal is a property of tropical dry forest located in Sardinal de Carillo, Guanacaste.It offers a vibrant and spectacular development oportunity. The site is comprised of 783 hectares ofbeautiful mountain land with stunning ocean, lush valley and mountain views.The property is very close to the best beaches of the Costa Rican North Pacific and inside area of turistinfluence of the Papagayo Gulf. It’s only a 20 minute drive from Daniel Oduber International Airport and25 minutes away from downtown Liberia.With this environmental criterion, activities of recreation in agreement to the natural vocation of the areaand of the Guanacate environment have developed, always with the vision of supporting the customsand Costa Rican traditions.The following developments are only but a few of the projects which have been completed, underconstruction or anounced: Four Seasons, Regent Hotels, Mandarin Oriental, Rosewood, Pacifico, TheWestin, Exclusive Resorts, Riu, Hilton Papagayo Resort, Occidental Grand Papagayo Hotel.
  4. 4. The SiteThe 783 hectares of property has the potential tocontribute to the preservation of the untouchedbeauty and delicate natural landscape. It has 18classic villas that can hold approximately 40 peo-ple, ideal for a development crew. It also posses-ses some other buildings such as a restaurant,a pool, 10 km of internal roads, among others.Public Road: There are 3 access points to public roads.Water: This property is of great importance for the abundant water sources in it. It has 2 water wellsand more than 10 water sources.Power: A new substation consisting of 45 Mega Watts is located in Nuevo Colon providing aerial powersupply to the Site. The substation was completed in June 2008.
  5. 5. Guanacaste ProvinceFounded in 1825, Guanacaste province borders Nicaragua to the south along the Pacific Coast anduniquely stands out from Costa Rica’s other six provinces by its culture, people, music, beaches, andsprawling cattle ranches and prairies. The province of Guanacaste is named after the country’s glori-ous national tree found throughout the region; and forming its eastern borders is a chain of magnificentvolcanoes. Guanacaste is now home to Costa Rica’s second international airport near its capital city,Liberia, to accomodate the influx on annual visitors (an estimated 1.5 million). There has been a 122%increase in airport traffic over the last year, resulting from the number of direct flights to the UnitedStates, Canada, and some European and South American countries.Guanacaste province enjoys the least amount of rainfall and the most amount of sunshine of any prov-ince in the country. As a result, Guanacaste is the most traveled to region of Costa Rica by vacationand leisure travelers.The Papagayo gulf located on the northwestern coast of Guanacaste represents Costa Rica’s mostcoveted vacation region and is booming with luxurious resorts and developments. The expanding re-gion is very attractive to investors, turists and anyone seeking and ideal retreat getaway. Marina Pa-pagayo, an approximate 350-slip marina, will accomodate sportfishing boats and palatial mega-yachtswith impressive amenities, such as a gym and conveniece store, for nautical Papagayo residents aswell as easy access to theis vessels. This marina offers world-class marine services in an unbeatablesetting with water adventures, including deep-sea fishing, diving and snorkeling.
  6. 6. The Property
  7. 7. Location Map
  8. 8. Location Map
  9. 9. Site Plan
  10. 10. ESQUEMA DE PROPIEDADES EN GUANACASTE Calle Pública a Sardinal Complejo Turistico Finca Finca Nº2 Nº1 Calle Pública Nancital Finca Nº3 Finca Nº4 Servidumbre Finca Nº5 Calle Pública San Blas Finca Nº6 Finca Nº7
  11. 11. Property Photographs
  12. 12. Location and The Region’s CharacteristicsLocationSardinal is the district N° 3 in thecounty of Carrillo, in the province ofGuanacaste. The district of Sardinalhas an area of 240.45 km2 and a po-pulation estimated in 10050 inhabi-tants in the year 2011.Sardinal is at an average altitude of46 m above sea level. The new postal code for this district is 50503. The geographical position of thedistrict of Sardinal is given by coordinates 10°31’02” north latitude and 85°38’56” west longitude.The capital of this district is Sardinal. And their villages are Artola, Cacique, Coco, Guacamaya,Huaquitas, Libertad, Matapalo, Nancital, Nuevo Colón, Obandito, Ocotal, Pilas, Playa Hermosa, Play-ones, San Blas, Santa Rita, Zapotal.
  13. 13. ClimateGuanacaste’s climate and culture are unique among Costa Rican provinces. It experiences little rainand consistent heat from November to April, and a wet season from late May to November. Touristsseek out the dry heat during the North American winter to enjoy the breathtaking Guanacastecanbeaches. Its hot, dry climate makes tropical dry forests the province’s natural vegetation type. Theone exception is the highland portion of the province which consists of the upper Pacific slopes in theGuanacaste Cordillera and the northern half ofthe Tilarán Cordillera. The cool, moist conditionsalong these ridges support luxuriant cloud forests.The main reason for the diversity in Costa Rica’sweather is the various elevations at which diffe-rent parts of the country are located. For exam-ple, Guanacaste has a dry arid climate as it sitson the lowlands.The perfect time to visit Guancaste is yeararound. No matter if you visit during the dry sea-son or during the wet season, both provide spec-tacular advantages. The dry season providesplenty of sunshine, while the wet season bringsthe trees into bloom with explosions of colors and fragrances. The hills become carpeted in brilliantgreen.
  14. 14. Attractions & AttributesGeneral to Costa Rica- Costa Rica provides safety and stability - no army - and has recently become part of the CentralAmerican Free Trade Association with the United Stated of America (CAFTA).- Costa Rica continues to attract both international corporations and smaller companies because of itseducated workforce, lower wage structure, and free trade zones.- Health care is excellent and the government is encouraging Health Tourism by creating bills offeringattractive investment benefits to health related businesses.- An increasingly affluent local population leads to more sophisticated shopping malls, restaurants,theaters, and other forms of entertainment.- Tourism has become one of Costa Rica’s fastest growing economic sectors. National Parks andprotected areas cover 24% of the country’s land area, which provides Costa Rica’s main competitiveadvantage by enabling tourists to enjoy unspoiled tropical jungles and forest areas.Specific to Hacienda Chapernal- Airport: Daniel Oduber International Airport is located only 20 minutes away from Hacienda ElChapernal.- Hospital: There are several hospitals in Liberia, 25 de Julio and San Rafael Arcangel. Also, the firststage of Hospital CIMA Guanacaste in Liberia will be finished in June 2011 and Hospital Clinica Bib-lica’s first stage is also going to be finished in 2011.- Hacienda Chapernal’s Competitive Advantage: This property is close to the best beaches in Guana-caste and some of the best developments in the country.
  15. 15. Market OverviewCosta Rica OverviewRich with lush rainforests, pristine waters, and mountain tops that offer spectacular views of thecoastline, it’s no wonder why Costa Rica is a top destination paradise for tourists and second-homeowners alike. Its’ near perfect climate, friendly locals, and abundant bio-diversity has received muchattention from travel professionals. Costa Rica is a destination country that caters to every personal-ity. For the adventurists, it offers rafting, snorkeling, kayaking, hiking, golfing, and some of the bestsurfing waters in the world. On the other hand, it boasts some of the finest resorts and spas, locatedhigh in the mountain tops, which have relaxation and luxurious living down to an art. Whatever yourpreference, Costa Rica offers it all.GeographyCosta Rica, with a population of approximately four million people, lies between Nicaragua to thenorth and Panama to the south. It is comprised of seven provinces that equal a total of 20,000 squaremiles. A rugged, mountainous range separates the seemingly endless Pacific and Caribbean shore-lines. In the middle of the central valley lies San Jose, the capital city of Costa Rica, which is popu-lated by over 2.1 million people.
  16. 16. CultureMost of the population descends from a mix of Chorotega natives and Spaniards. In Guanacaste andelsewhere in Costa Rica, ‘Usted’ is the form of address used by Guanacastecans upon initial meet-ings, but once they have established a friendship, they switch to the ‘vos’ verb-form.The Chorotega culture and the Spanish culture have successfully integrated; among the main culturalelements are their music, literature (folklore), musical instruments, bullfighting, and religious events.The locals, also known as “Ticos”, are rich inculture. They have set a pace that mirrors thatof the serene surroundings - such a pace wherepeace and calm abound. The locals are wellknown for their friendly nature and devotion tothe preservation of the land in which they live.Ticos have a deep history and are proud of theirheritage. They have set high standards for edu-cation, sound policies related to the environment,and a peaceful government.Although the primary language in Costa Rica is Spanish, English is widely spoken, especially wheretourism prospers.
  17. 17. Development in the area is growing rapidly, with numerous high-end resorts and master planned com-munities being built. A few of the most recognized developments are:PacificoPacifico is a 175 acre master-planned community consis-ting of a 35,000 square foot retail village; 150 single fami-ly home sites; 350 condominums, ten homes and villas;20 village rental apartments; and a list of ammenities in-cluding a members-only Beach Club with restaurant and a bar as well as a Health Club and Spa.Hermosa del MarHermosa del Mar is a gated luxury condominum projectconsisting of three, seven-story residential towers made upof 60 luxury units located in Playa Hermosa. The project in-cludes eight convenience-type retail stores and three res-taurants/entertainment areas to represent a full service residential community culture.
  18. 18. Peninsula Papagayo & Four SeasonsPeninsula Papagayo includes: the renowned Four Seasons ResortCosta Rica and private Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course, theenchanting Prieta Beach Club & Spa, Café Café and La Pulpería,the world-class Marina Papagayo, Marina Village and the futureJack Nicklaus Design Golf Course.RiuRiu is a new 5-star resort that is located on the seafront in the beautiful region of Gua-nacaste, on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. As well as a superb range of leisure po-ssibilities, the hotel offers five modern, fully-equipped conference rooms, and fine res-taurants, as well as pools, sports bar, casino, spa, gym and many more ammenities.Hilton Papagayo ResortHilton Papagayo Costa Rica Resort & Spa offers 202 spacious guest rooms,bungalows and suites. It’s an all inclusive resort and offers ammenities such aspool, spa, fitness center, restaurants and bars. The resort is located just a20-minute drive from the Liberia International Airport and it’s close to manyCosta Rica attractions such as ecotourism and adventure.
  19. 19. Occidental Grand PapagayoThis all-inclusive resort is just a 35-minute ride from Liberia Internatio-nal Airport. It has over 160 rooms situated in 23 buildings. Ammenitiesinclude two free-form pools, Fun Club, Fitness Center, 4 restaurants, 4bars, 1 Disco with bar, sports such as a tennis court, snorkeling and ka-yaking.SolariumSolarium is the first project focused on providing services and meetingthe needs of the people in the area of Guanacaste. Located in front ofthe Daniel Oduber International Airport, the development has varioususes, such as residences, tech park, logistic center, corporate center and a village.Pacific PlazaPacific Plaza is located in a 22 hectare property in Guanacaste.The firstcommunity that integrates medical services with residential solutions in theregion, exclusively for those people who want to retire and live comfortablyand relaxed in a place that meets all their needs in one location. It offershealth services, residential solutions and commercial services, which includes a hotel.
  20. 20. Carlos Roblescrobles@naicostarica.com Office: +506 2228-7760 Fax: +506 2228-7753 Cel: +506 8375-9138Luis Esteban Molinalmolina@naicostarica.com Office: +506 2228-7760 +506 2220-0141 Fax: +506 2228-7753 Cel: +506 8374-9571 Ronald Umañarumana@naicostarica.com Office: +506 2228-7760 Fax: +506 2228-7753 Cel: +506 8330-4313
  21. 21. NAI Costa Rica www.naicostarica.comwww.ublog.naiglobal.com/naicostarica Centro Comercial Paco, Local #2 Phone: +506 2228-7760