Playa Bejuco House Rental Photos and Description
1950 Sq. Ft. Home W/ 3 Bdrms & 3 Baths, Behind A Guard Gated Community.
Master Bdrm: King Size Bed/Private Bath w/shower,
walk in closet, 32' TV & DVD Player,
backyard pool view and A/C Unit!
Guest Bdrm: Queen Size Bed/Private Bath w/Tub
& Shower, Walk in closet, backyard
pool view and A/C Unit!
Bdrm #3: Two twin Beds, Private Bath w/shower,
Combination Clothes & Linen Closet in
Hallway and A/C Unit!
Great Room: Living Room w/42' flat panel TV, Dining
w/seating for 6, Fully stocked kitchen
w/stainless steel appliances (including
dishwasher), bar area with seating for 3,
coffee maker, Ninja Juice Blender & more.
Backyard: Private Pool, Lounge Chairs, Table & chairs,
Barbecue grill & backyard privacy
Amenities: Iron & Board Air Conditioning
Off Street Parking Microwave Oven
Towels provided Blow Dryers
Bed Linens Provided DVD Player
Washer & Dryer Free WiFi
Dishes & Untensils Refrigerator
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
In 2005, I traveled to Costa Rica with friends just to see the country.
At that time, I was employed with the City of Los Angeles Fire Department. I really had no idea I would come to fall in love with the natural beauty of this Country and its very friendly people.
Following my first visit to this country and the feeling of peace I had while there, I was convinced I wanted to purchase the land my home is now built on. Within three years construction was completed, and I have enjoyed each and every visit.
In 2011, after 31 years in what I consider is one of the most stressful occupations in the world, I retired.
I continue to travel to Costa Rica on a regular basis and have decided that others must experience one of the worlds natural beauties!!!!
Because I grew up in a large city, to me the beauty of this property was the location. It is within close proximity to what I consider is a very private beach. Yet, the property is close enough to towns and tourism activities and If I feel the need to enjoy shopping, restaurants and an exciting night life.
Additionally, while most of the homeowners do not live in the complex on a permanent basis (there are some that are here year around), this community is not short of feeling like home.
There are parts of this country that are still unspoiled, and I can only imagine that this is what Hawaii must have felt like prior to becoming a tourist mecca.
While my house may be modern in terms of architecture (I really like the Mediterranean look), it is still basically in the 'Rain Forest'.
Occasionally you will see monkeys in the trees that are adjacent to the property, and with the beach being so close, it is the perfect vacation location.