The project is located on a one-hectare farm in San Isidro de Heredia, Calle Chaves, 900 meters north of the High School, only 3.5 kilometers from Braulio Carrillo National Park. This is one of the loveliest properties in the area, fully sodded and surrounded by cement-block walls. The property has a 100-meter front on a public road, with access by paved road and has water, electricity, telephone, and, in the future, high speed Internet services. After 4 houses are built, a guardhouse will be placed in the front garden, outside the front wall. The idea is that an Owner's Association will be established to finance security services.

The project's front wall was designed with decorative elements such as flower boxes, craggy blocks, iron gates, and stuccoed highlights.

The project is divided into 12 lots, numbered 1, 2, 3.1, 3.2,, 4, A.1, A.2, B, C.1, C.2 and D. The lots 3.1, 3.2, A.1, A.2, C.1 and C.2 average 500 square meters in area and the price on them is $115 per square meter. Lots 2, 4, B and D are located in the back of the property and these are accessed a cul-de-sac measuring 4 meters wide by 40 meters deep. These cul-de-sacs are part of each lot (that is, they are not agricultural easements). Therefore, each lot has its own metal gate for access and all lot entrances are private. These lots average 1.350 square meters in area and the price on them is $110 per square meter.

Lots A, B, C and D bear a visual easement in favor of lots 1, 2, 3 and 4. This easement requires that buildings may not be higher than 5.5 meters tall. Furthermore, walls higher than one meter may not be built but bushes may be planted to divide the lots. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 have no building restrictions with respect to height (however, by law, buildings may not exceed 12 meters in height). These lots also have no restrictions for building walls, but these are discouraged since the wall around the perimeter of the project was built for this particular reason.

A two-storied, 700 square meter house has been built on lot 1 (already sold), with an approximate value of US$ 600,000.

Coverage is 70% and density is one house per lot. Lots may not be segregated further. Houses must be painted in colors harmonizing with those on the front wall.

Zurquí Development Group intends to build all houses in this project, in order to preserve design and color uniformity. Due to the agricultural nature of the area housing the project, the Horizontal Property Law relating to condominiums is not applicable here. Therefore, visual and ecological easements will be established to preserve the conceptual unity of the project.

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